QEnergy electricity provider

QEnergy specialise in providing energy to small businesses and households in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, the Northern Territory and South Australia.Qenergy - Electricity Provider

Who is QEnergy?

QEnergy was established in 2007 with the specific goal of supplying power to small and medium businesses. They’ve done just that, and since then their customer base has been steadily growing.

Today they offer a range of packages to business and homes in five states. They are GreenPower accredited and offer environmental packages that will allow you to get a percentage of your energy from fully renewable sources.

Products offered by QEnergy

QEnergy offer different packages in different areas. To find out what your options are, head to their website 'Offers' section and type in your postcode.

QEnergy do however offer their SmoothPay product, which is available for all customers to help with bill budgeting and reducing bill shock. SmoothPay estimates and predicts the cost of your next annual electricity bill through monitoring your usage across the year, and then dividing the cost into 12 equal monthly instalments. SmoothPay can be paid via BPay, Direct Deposit, Cheque, Direct Debit, or in person at a post office.

Pros and cons of QEnergy deals

Pros

  • Service tailored solutions for your household or small business.
  • Fully GreenPower accredited.
  • Convenient monthly payments.
  • Dedicated account manager.
  • Ongoing energy advice available on their website.

Cons

  • No solar services (having solar panels installed, or buy back tariffs.)
  • Not available in Western Australia, Tasmania or the ACT.

How to switch to QEnergy

If you run a small business or live in an eligible state, and are interested in finding out more, then talk to an energy consultant. They will find the plan that works best for your specific needs and arrange all of the small details for your switch with QEnergy, saving you and your business time and money.

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    JenniferFebruary 20, 2018

    Can I change my meter to a solar buy back meter

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      RobynFebruary 25, 2018Staff

      Hello Jennifer,

      Thank you for your inquiry. If you wish to change your meter to a solar buy back meter you can check this page. This page will serve as a guide for the things you may need to consider. No one can guarantee that having solar panels installed will insulate your business from expense, but it is important to know that there are other ways of doing things. It’s worth talking to a specialist energy consultant about your situation, seeing what you might stand to gain from making the switch.

      Hope this helps. Should you have further questions or clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact us again.

      Best Regards,
      Robyn

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