Powerdirect offer energy direct to your home or business.
Powerdirect specialises in retailing home and business electricity in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia.
Who is Powerdirect?
Originally founded in 1997, Powerdirect has grown quickly and today is a major player in the Australian power market. It was initially an independent company before being bought by the larger Ergon Energy in 2006, and then sold to AGL in 2007, where it remains today.
Compare Powerdirect plans by speaking to an energy consultant
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Packages offered by Powerdirect
The energy packages at Powerdirect will vary greatly depending on your state, energy use, and whether you want electricity for your home or business. Broadly speaking, they offer two types of contracts:
- Market contract
This is a contract specific to Powerdirect in which they will set the rates, terms and conditions, plus any special offers.
- Standard retail contract
In a Standard retail contract your energy prices will be set by the energy regulator in your state.
- Flexible pricing (Victoria only)
Flexible pricing charges you different rates for electricity used at different times. Usually it is more expensive to use energy during the day, and less so at night. So if you use the bulk of your electricity at night then you might benefit from flexible pricing. Talk to your energy broker to find out more.
Is a package that allows you to choose a percentage of your energy to come from renewable sources. Speak to your broker about getting Greendirect and what it might mean for your supply and electricity bill.Back to top
Could you switch to Powerdirect?
If you live in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, or South Australia and are interested in switching to Powerdirect, start by contacting a specialist energy broker. They’ll advise you on your usage and direct you to the plan best suited to your needs and uses . They will work closely with the team at Powerdirect to make your switch as simple as possible.Back to top
Pros and cons of Powerdirect deals
- Greendirect — An opportunity to make a choice for the environment and get your power from renewable sources.
- Solar feed in tariffs — If you have solar panels, then you can arrange to sell your excess power back to the grid.
- Location — Not available in Western Australia, the Northern Territory, Tasmania, or ACT.
- No gas supply — If you’re looking to bundle, then Powerdirect can’t help.
How to switch to Powerdirect
If you’re looking for a new supplier of energy for your home or business and you’re based in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, or South Australia then you may be eligible to switch to Powerdirect. If you’re interested in knowing more, contact your specialist energy broker.
They will contact you to talk more about what you need and help you find a plan that works best for you. They will also provide information and advice on making your switch as easy as possible.