Lumo Energy – Electricity and gas provider


Lumo Energy provides electricity and gas with customised pricing across several states.

What utilities does Lumo Energy offer?

  • Gas
  • Electricity

Who can sign up with Lumo Energy?

  • Lumo Energy electricity services are available to NSW, VIC, QLD and SA residents
  • Lumo Energy gas services are available to NSW and VIC residents

Who is Lumo Energy?

Lumo Energy is an Australian based provider of home and business energy. They serve half a million customers needs across four states and offer a range of packages to suit users with varying needs.

Lumo Energy came together in its current form in 2010 after merging with several other state-based companies. They offer a range of electricity, gas and solar options and also partake in the GreenPower renewable energy scheme.

Packages offered by Lumo Energy

Lumo Energy offer an array of electricity and gas packages for both residential and business customers. Each have different rates and perks, and some offers are only available in certain areas. Be sure to check their website and select your state for full information on the available energy packages for you.

Pros and cons of Lumo Energy

  • Transparent package values online (personalised pricing)
  • GreenPower accredited, offering a 'green' package for customers
  • Available frequent flyer bonuses and shopping rewards
  • User-friendly web interface including a live chat feature
  • Flexible payment options
  • Electricity service available to NSW, VIC, QLD and SA residents
  • Limited green options compared to other providers
  • Package options are quite similar
  • Gas service only available to NSW and VIC residents

How to switch to Lumo Energy

If you have a home or business in need of a gas or electricity connection, then Lumo may have a package for you. Simply head over to their website for more information on their energy packages to see if Lumo Energy can cater to your unique energy needs.

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    AlexJune 29, 2017

    Does Lumo Energy still participate in the Velocity Frequent Flyer program?

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      JonathanJune 29, 2017

      Hi Alex!

      Since 1 November 2016 Lumo Energy is no longer be a partner in the Velocity Frequent Flyer program.

      Hope this clarifies.


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    rogerMarch 30, 2017

    What is the current discount for electricity&gas

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      MayMarch 31, 2017Staff

      Hi Roger,

      Thanks for getting in touch.

      If you are pertaining to the offers from Lumo Energy, you can find their current discounts on the above. You can also check this page for your other provider options and click on the “Enquire now” button to fill out the form with your contact details so an energy broker can get in touch with you.


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    PeterApril 15, 2016

    Do you offer discounts for people who have a Health Care Card and/or on a Disability Pension

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      ShirleyApril 15, 2016Staff

      Hi Peter,

      Thanks for your question.

      Lumo Energy don’t have any discounts posted online. We’d recommend that you call Lumo Energy directly to discuss your personal situation as these could be assessed on a case by case basis.

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