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  • Energy Compare Vic Website – A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing!

    Vulnerable consumers are missing out on the benefits of a Victorian Government program that encourages people to find a better deal online for cheaper power, according to an article appearing on ABC News online edition dated 23.07.2018, written by Zalika Rizmal.  The State Government offered households a $50 bonus,...

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  • Victorian Government and AGL dupe Seniors Card Holders

    Every year the Victorian Government promote the AGL Seniors Card Offer to registered Seniors Card Holders. Scandalously this is far from the cheapest plan available. AGL has a long history of misleading Seniors ✓AGL has had a longstanding arrangement with the Victorian Government Seniors Card program. ✓Every year they...

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  • Time, Hassle and Effort to find the best energy prices

    Steven came to us a bit over a year ago, when he was looking for the cheapest energy deal for his home, he was surprised to see that how we were able to save more than $350 pa on his electricity and gas bills and would continue monitor his...

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  • Unethical Electricity Companies

    The Electricity industry has reached a tipping point and the behaviour of the Electricity companies has reached an all-time low, says Adrian Merrick, former head of Energy Australia’s retailer arm, who is now the chief executive of Energy Locals, according to an article appearing on Sydney Morning Herald dated...

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  • ISelect didn’t get me the Cheapest Electricity Provider “by Zara, Hawthorn”

    Exhausted with overpaying for my electricity, I finally decided to take things in my hands and find an electricity provider that will give me a chance to save me some moolah! Currently using Simply Energy for my energy needs, I decided to look at what was out there. With...

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  • Dear Mr. Premier let us save you $40M

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  • Australian Government Targets NEG

    The Turnbull government in Australia is set to curb carbon emissions under the National Energy Guarantee (NEG). As a part of the global Paris agreement, Australia land is focusing on cutting down its carbon footprint by 2030 in comparison to the 26% contribution in 2005. The main point of...

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  • Power Blackout due to AGL in NSW in 2022?

    Chief Executive Andy Vesey of AGL, Australia’s biggest energy provider has plans to shift Liddell’s function to renewable energy and replace coal with gas, batteries and pumped hydro after 2022. Liddell powers over “1 million homes in NSW and shutting it could cause major blackouts over the state” Energy...

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  • FIT price drop in NSW

    According to a solar energy new article from Energy Matters, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) in NSW, is considering reducing the Feed in Tariff from 11 cents per kilowatts to possibly 8-9 cents per kWh. The fall in wholesale electricity price would also be taken into consideration...

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  • Smart Meters Rollout – Are Energy Companies Acting Smart?

    An analysis done by Gavin Duffy, Martin Gill and Sangeetha Chandrashekeran on a major rollout of so-called “smart meters” led by energy companies, reveals consumers are failing to reap the benefits, according to an article appearing on ABC News online edition dated Feb 22, 2018.  While Victoria already has them,...

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