Ergon Energy – Electricity provider for home and business

Ergon Energy generates and supplies power to over half a million people in Queensland.Ergon Energy - Electricity Provider

Ergon Energy is owned by the Government of Queensland and distributes power to over 740,000 customers in the state of Queensland. They retail electricity for homes and businesses, as well as creating their own power at gas fired power plants, and the Windorah Solar Farm in Western Queensland.

Who is Ergon Energy?

Formed in 1999 by the merging of six previous electricity companies in Queensland, Ergon Energy is a corporation owned by the state government. They offer a huge variety of plans and prices that will suit everyone those living in rural areas to those in cities and from single homes to large business.

Could you switch to Ergon Energy?

If you live in Queensland and are looking for a large supplier, with a firm commitment to environmental energy, then it is possible to make the switch. Continue reading for full details.

Here are some considerations to help you with your decision:
  • Choice - There are dozens of variations and different combinations of pricing that you can find through Ergon Energy, which can lead to a package that is tailored neatly to your particular needs.
  • Solar supporters - Ergon Energy own and operate the Windorah Solar Farm, which produces up to 360,000 kWh of clean electricity per year.
  • Queensland only - Ergon Energy can only provide power to around 97% of the state of Queensland.
  • Difficult to switch - Switching to Ergon Energy is not as easy as it is to switch to other providers.
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How do I switch to Ergon Energy?

It is possible to switch to Ergon Energy, but it is not as easy as other providers. You can connect online, but you’ll have to search on their ‘residential’ page for a tab that reads ‘open an account’. Ergon Energy also advise that it can take up to five business days from requesting your connection, to when it will be supplied.

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