Horizon Power: Supplying Power to More than 46,000 Customers

Information verified correct on October 25th, 2016

horizon-powerState-owned Horizon Power is one of the largest energy suppliers  in Western Australia.

Customers in Western Australia don’t have much choice when it comes to their energy suppliers. If you live in the north or east of the state then you’ll probably already know about Horizon Energy, but if you’re thinking of moving there we’ve got a full guide to get you up to speed.

Who is Horizon Power?

Owned by the Western Australian state government, Horizon Power provides power to over 100,000 homes and 10,000 businesses across the state. It specialises in the area known as the North West Interconnected System (NWIS) and the surrounding rural regions. It provides energy from a range of sources, and has a firm commitment to developing infrastructure and systems for the generation of renewable energy across the state.

What packages are offered by Horizon Power?

Horizon Energy offers a pay-as-you-go type tariff. For each day your home is connected by Horizon Power, you pay a small daily fee. You then buy the energy that you use on top of that. Similar to a landline telephone it’s  standard way of pricing electricity and means that your bill will reflect your usage.

The rates frequently change, by small degrees we should say, but for the latest quote it is best to check the Horizon Power website using any of the links provided.

Could I switch to Horizon Power?

The energy market in Western Australia is still regulated by the state government, which means that consumers do not yet have a choice over who they get their energy from.

What are the pros and cons of using Horizon Power?


  • Simple plan. You pay a small daily fee for your connection and then you buy your energy on top of that. It is simple, easy to track and easy to save money through energy efficiency.
  • No choice. This isn’t Horizon Power’s fault, but the regulation of the energy market means that your energy provider will be determined by where you live, not by what you choose.


  • No solar feed-in.  The down side to the simplicity is that there is no solar feed-in tariff available.
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How do I switch to Horizon Power?

It’s not possible to switch power to Horizon Power, but if you live in an eligible area in Western Australia in a non-connected house and are interested in getting connected then contact Horizon Power by visiting its website.

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