Solar & Energy Efficiency

Beat energy price rises! Use less of it and make your own

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Most Australians are all concerned about the rising cost of energy but there’s also never been a better time to do something about it

  •  Solar energy has never been better price to supply and install
  • the use of LED lamps are a huge saving in energy costs
  • Renewable energy Hot water systems are very good
  • Pool heating systems are getting better and better

Timers, sensors and energy efficient controls of all sorts of power sucking equipment are all helping you save money

The cost of energy is rising and you can either sit back and let it happen or you can reduce how much your using and create your own energy produced for free from the sun to cover the rest

Everyone else’s costs are going up but yours can come down if you take advantage of the new technology available

Talk to us today to find out more about how you can save

PRICING DEFINITIONS FOR ELECTRICITY CUSTOMERS
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Following are definitions for the price periods which apply to the energy consumption as shown on your bill.

ESSENTIAL ENERGY:
Peak Period: From 7 am–9 am and 5 pm–8 pm on weekdays.
Shoulder Period: From 7am–9am and 5pm–8pm on weekdays.
Time of Use Off-Peak Period: From 7 am–9 am and 5 pm–8 pm on weekdays.
Residential Controlled Load 1:
Note: This tariff is not available for the top boost element of a two element water heater for new connections.
From 7 am–9 am and 5 pm –8 pm on weekdays.
Residential Controlled Load 2: From 7 am–9 am and 5 pm–8 pm on weekdays.
ENDEAVOUR ENERGY:
Peak Energy: From 1 pm – 8 pm on business days.
Shoulder Energy: From 7 am – 1 pm and from 8 pm – 10 pm on business days
7am – 10pm on weekends and public holidays.
Time of Use Off-Peak Energy: From 10 pm – 7 am on every day.
Off Peak 1: The supply of electricity is controlled by means of Endeavour Energy’s equipment so that supply will not usually be available between 7 am and 10 pm Monday to Friday.
Off Peak 2: The supply of electricity is controlled by means of Endeavour Energy’s equipment so that supply will be available for restricted periods generally not exceeding 17 hours in any period of 24 hours.
AUSGRID:
Peak: 2pm – 8pm on working weekdays.
Shoulder: 7am – 2pm and 8pm – 10pm working weekdays and 7am – 10pm on weekends and public holidays.
Off Peak: All other times.
Controlled Load 1: Applicable to separately metered loads such as storage water heaters, thermal storage space heaters and other approved appliances.Applicable to separately metered loads such as storage water heaters, thermal storage space heaters and other approved appliances.
Controlled Load 2: Applicable to separately metered loads such as storage water heaters, thermal storage space heaters and other approved appliances.Availability of electricity is ‘controlled’ by Ausgrid. Controlled Load 2 is for electricity supply that is usually available for a sixteen hour period including more than 6 hours between 8pm and 7am and more than 4 hours between 7am and 5pm.

Further Information:

If you have any questions please call us on 131 806, we’re always happy to help. Our team is available Monday to Friday 8am – 8.30pm and Saturday 9am – 5.30pm.

Electrictiy Prices

12 Year History
8 years of actual pool prices + 4 years of SFE futures prices
FY 2002 to 2013 (as at 11 Feb 2010)

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NSW Distribution and Retail Increases

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IPART Media Release 28 April, 2010 – without CPRS:

“from July 1, 2013, average annual prices will now increase by 7 percent for Itegral Energy customers rising to a total of 20 percent by 2012/13; 10 percent for EnergyAustralia customers, rising to a total of 36 percent by 2012/13; and 13 percent for Country Energy customers, rising to a total of 42 percent by 2012/13″