How To Lit Up Businesses In Australia?

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How To Lit Up Businesses In Australia?

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By Rajesh Kumawat

Energy Comparison

For Businesses in Australia, electricity is one of the most important things. They use electricity for daily operation and on ensuring employee’s comfort. Also, business customers consume more power than residential especially during daytime and peak hours. That’s why many retailers offer competitive plans to lit up small to large businesses. Here’s more information about it.

Quick Facts
  • Small to medium businesses usually use a standard range of energy plans. On the other hand, large businesses negotiate directly with retailers.
  • Businesses are eligible to avail both power and gas with solar energy. However, availability still depends on the state and Energy Retailer.
  • Businesses may also qualify for discounts and rebates to help reduce energy costs.
  • One tera Joule (TJ) equals one million mega Joules (MJ).
  • One megawatt hour (mWh) equals one thousand kilowatt hours (kWh).

Small Business

According to National energy laws, there are some states which qualify for standard plans. They may also shop around, compare plans and switch retailer on their own. The following states are:

  • New South Wales
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania

Customers who use below 1 TJ of gas each year are considered as small business customers. For electricity, small business is defined depends on usage:

Large Business

Large business customers must directly negotiate energy plans with their chosen retailer.

New Connection VS Existing Plan

Customers with newly established small business may visit comparator websites. Compare prices and choose retailer, which offer the most competitive deal. For a large business, do research, check for retailers who offer the biggest discounts and contact them directly.

Small business customers with an existing plan should use energy comparator sites too. It is an easy way to determine which is the most competitive plan. Consider factors such as business needs and rates charged by the retailer before switching.

Comparator website:

Types Of Business Energy
  • Natural gas – non-renewable, use for heating and cooling.
  • Electricity – should be connected to the grid, to provide power on the whole business premises.
  • Solar power – business which uses solar panels is eligible to receive feed-in-tariffs.
Energy Comparison
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