Electricity Providers NSW If you’re looking to find out more about NSW electricity providers you’re in the right spot. You’re also in a very good spot to discover some tips on how to potentially save money on your energy bill. Today there are a whole bunch of different energy providers to choose from in NSW. But don’t worry, we’ll break down what to look for when choosing an energy plan.
Here’s a list of some electricity providers compared by iSelect in NSW:
There are two different types of electricity contracts in NSW – market or standard.
Here’s a list of things you should look out for when comparing different energy suppliers in NSW:
It’s common for different retailers to offer incentives, like discounts or benefits. Some are guaranteed while others may be for making payments on time or paying via direct debit.
Like with any contract, you should have a close look over the fees and charges. Some Providers may pass on charges for a connection or disconnection fee when moving house, or an exit fee when switching. So it’s worth having a look before you sign up to check how flexible your plan is.
It’s important to know when your bills come in and how to pay them. So before you sign up, check what payment methods are accepted (direct debit, electronic transfer, post office, Centrepay) and if there are any additional charges for the method you choose.
A lot of people stay with the same provider, when they could potentially save money by making the switch. They might think it’s too hard or they don’t have the time to do the research. The good news is, we can help. Just give us a call on 13 19 20 and we can help you compare from our range of plans and providers*.
The NSW Government also offers a number of rebates and discounts to help people pay their energy bills. Have a read over the list below for a summary, and to see if you’re eligible visit the NSW governments energysaver website. This list was last updated on 21/05/2021.
Back in July 2019, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) introduced a regulated price cap and new advertising rules. These regulations were basically put in place to make electricity more affordable and comparing providers a whole lot easier. Customers on standing offers over the price cap were switched over to the new Default Market Offer (DMO), set by the Australia Energy regulator. Today, all plans must be compared to the DMO and display a percentage ‘less than’ or ‘more than’, making it easier to compare plans. But if you don’t have the energy to compare energy plans yourself, good news is, we can help*! Just enter in your details here and someone from our team will get in touch.
Given the level of competition among NSW electricity companies, it’s surprising more people don’t look around for a better deal. Some people think it’s too hard or they just don’t have the time. Well the good news is that switching energy providers has never been easier. Just call iSelect on 13 19 20 and someone from our team will help you compare your plan with our range of energy providers*.
Last updated: 21/06/2021