ActewAGL – electricity and gas for you

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Get electricity and gas in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory with ActewAGL.

  • What utilities does ActewAGL offer?
    • Electricity
    • Gas
  • Who can sign up with ActewAGL?
    • ACT and NSW residents

Who is ActewAGL?

ActewAGL is a joint business venture between providers ACTEW and AGL Energy. Based in Canberra, it delivers electricity to more than 195,000 homes and businesses in New South Wales and the ACT. They are fully GreenPower accredited, have solar power systems available, and have a range of options to suit customers who want to make an environmental choice.

Compare power plans by speaking to an energy consultant

Find out if you can save money on your electricity and gas bills. Get in contact with an energy broker by filling out the form below.

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Complete the form with some details about your residential or business electricity and gas needs and you'll be contacted by a consultant for an obligation-free discussion about your options.

The consultant will work with you to compare a range of energy suppliers in your area.

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What energy plans does ActewAGL offer?

Below is a summary of the plans available from ActewAGL. Each has a specific rate of billing, and all plans include a supply fee as standard. Not all ActewAGL plans are available in all postcodes, but you can use the form on this page to get in touch with an energy broker to get a full picture of all available plans in your location.

Save money by choosing a plan that matches your typical energy use.

Energy plans in the ACT

  • Home plan — A standard amount is charged for electricity usage, no matter what time of day it is used. Ideal for those with a consistent use.
  • Home Saver plan — A standard amount is charged for electricity usage up to 60 kWh per day, and a higher rate is charged for all usage thereafter making it a good choice for people with limited power needs.
  • Home Saver Plus plan — A standard amount is charged for electricity usage up to 165 kWh per day, and a higher rate is charged for all usage thereafter. A heavy duty version of the Home Saver plan.
  • Home Time-of-Use plan — Energy is billed as used, with different rates applying to peak, off-peak and shoulder time use so flexible customers have more ways to get value for money.
  • Business Plan — A standard amount is charged for electricity usage up to 330 kWh per day, and a higher rate is charged for all usage thereafter.
  • Business Incentive Plan —  Energy is billed as used, with different rates applying to business times (7am - 5pm), evening times (5pm - 10pm) and business off-peak (all other times).

Energy plans in New South Wales

  • Home plan — A standard amount is charged for electricity usage, no matter what time of day it is used. Ideal for those with a consistent use.
  • Home Time-of-Use plan — Energy is billed as used, with different rates applying to peak, off-peak and shoulder time use so flexible customers have more ways to get value for money.
  • Business plans — Equivalent business and business time-of-use energy plans are also available in NSW, with different charges for off-peak energy usage.

In addition to the benefits offered by these plans, customers in NSW and the ACT can also access flexible additional options for getting more value for money off-peak or in shoulder periods, or to accommodate particularly light or heavy energy consumption.

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Switching to ActewAGL

If you live in New South Wales or the ACT, switching to ActewAGL is as simple as signing up online. To compare more options, including plans from ActewAGL, you can get in touch with an energy broker to help you cut through the jargon, look over energy price fact sheets and find the plan that works best for your home or business.


Pros and cons of ActewAGL

Pros
  • Fully GreenPower accredited
  • Solar solutions
  • Options for bundled electricity, gas and utilities.
  • Physical energy shops in NSW and the ACT
  • Specialised packages
Cons
  • Only available in NSW and ACT
  • Not available in all areas of NSW

ActewAGL energy shops

Find a wide range of the latest natural gas and electric heating systems, air conditioning and hot water options in ActewAGL energy shops. Staff can help you find a system to your home, can arrange delivery and installation and are able to answer questions you might have.

  • ActewAGL Fyshwick: 100 Gladstone St
  • ActewAGL Goulburn: 388 Auburn St
  • ActewAGL Nowra: 174 Prince's Highway
  • ActewAGL Young: 171 Lovell St

See what else is available in the energy shop, including payment plans, professional advice and more.

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ActewAGL Solar

If you're thinking of solar power, it makes sense to go with your local energy provider because they have all your usage data on hand and can deliver realistic estimates of your expected savings. For this reason, it can be worth switching to an energy company with options for solar power. ActewAGL can take care of your solar needs from start to finish.

  • Systems for sale. ActewAGL includes all costs, even the government inspection fee, in their solar system price so there are no hidden expenses. Systems are of high quality, and can be designed specifically to suit your needs.
  • Professional installation. You don't have to do it yourself.
  • Payment plans. Access payment plans to help cover the cost of your new solar energy system, and start saving sooner.
  • Ongoing support. Get access to a customer service team for any issues.
  • 5 year whole of system warranty. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing that both the products and the workmanship are covered by a five year warranty.

How to switch to ActewAGL

If you think that ActewAGL are a good fit for you and your needs, sign up online or contact a specialist energy consultant to make the switch. They'll take care of it from start to finish, including disconnecting you from your old supplier and connecting you to the new.

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