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Aurora Energy: Gas supplier

Aurora Energy is the state-owned energy provider in Tasmania. They offer residential or business gas and electricity.

  • Who can sign up with Aurora Energy?
    • Residents of Tasmania

Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Hobart, Tasmania, Aurora Energy provide electricity and gas to homes and businesses in Tasmania. They are fully GreenPower accredited and offer a range of energy efficient options. If you’re looking for a new gas connection, or to switch to a new supplier, then why not contact an energy broker and explore your options.

Packages offered by Aurora Energy

Aurora Energy, like many gas providers, don’t offer set packages, but rather charge for gas supplied at a predetermined rate. At the time of writing the charge for residential gas was fixed a 3.12 cents per megajoule of energy generated, plus a daily charge of 46.20 cents.

It can be hard to figure out how much this will end up being in a monthly bill, especially if you are unsure of your usage and requirements. A specialist energy broker will help you turn this into an actionable amount, and figure out whether or not Aurora Energy are a good option for you.

Could you switch to Aurora Energy?

If you live in Tasmania and are looking to switch your gas supplier, then it may be possible to switch to Aurora Energy. Contact a specialist energy broker in your area to find out more about the benefits of switching and the best way to go about it.

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Pros and cons of Aurora Energy deals

  • May be possible to bundle gas and electricity together.
  • New connections available.
  • Gas can be expensive if your home is not probably insulated.
  • Only available in Tasmania.

How to switch to Aurora Energy

If you’re interested in switching your gas provider and think that Aurora Energy might be a good fit, then contact a specialist energy consultant. They’ll help you ensure you get the right plan and the right deal for you, and work with your new and old gas provider to make your switch is quick and easy as possible.

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