Sumo Energy: Compare electricity and gas services

Sumo is a wholesale electricity provider offering a range of competitive plans to Victorian and NSW customers.

⚡ Electricity and gas plans available in Victoria and NSW

Sumo is dedicated to providing low-priced electricity. Based in Victoria, where power costs have soared in recent years, Sumo aims to offer low prices, great service and no hidden fees. It has recently expanded to offer electricity and gas to parts of NSW.

Some of the benefits that come with signing up with Sumo are:

  • Monthly rather than annual bills eliminate the chance of “bill shock” and make it easier to budget.
  • Discounts for pre-paying and on time payment of your bills can help you save money.
  • Costs are determined by your typical energy usage over the previous 6-month period.

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Details Features
  • Australian owned and operated
  • Monthly billing – so you can budget easier
  • Pay on time discounts on gas and electricity when you bundle
  • Electricity, broadband and gas (Vic only)
  • No lock in contracts
  • No exit fees
  • GreenPower: Not available
  • Solar: Available
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How does Sumo determine price?

Prices are determined based on tariffs in your area. Simply enter your postcode on Sumo's website to find out what the rates are in your area.

Does Sumo offer solar panels?

Sumo does not offer solar panels, but it does pay a feed-in tariff to eligible customers who have them.

  • If you have solar panels installed on your home or business, solar feed-in tariffs pay you for any excess power you divert back to the grid.
  • Contact Sumo prior to installing photovoltaic systems to find out if you’ll be eligible for feed-in tariffs.
  • If you already have solar panels and are already claiming feed-in tariffs, then you can continue to do so even after switching to Sumo. Contact Sumo for the applicable feed-in tariff rate.

How do I sign up with Sumo?

The easiest way to join is simply by going online to choose your plan, check its rates and sign up.

What options exist for paying my Sumo bills?

Sumo offers the following payment options:

  • Direct debit. Transfer money directly from your bank account to Sumo to pay your electricity bill, and set up automatic transactions for even more convenience.
  • Over the phone. Prefer the human touch? Call Sumo on 13 88 60 to pay the energy bill.
  • Online. Pay your bills online, either month by month or automatically. Use your credit card or pay from your bank account.

How do I seek help or assistance?

Sumo is always ready to provide help when needed.

  • Call Sumo at 13 88 60, weekdays from 8.30am to 5.30pm, for quick assistance and real live help.
  • Send an email to Sumo to get answers to your questions in writing.
  • Send mail the old fashioned way by addressing it to South Melbourne Market Street, PO Box 5329, South Melbourne, VIC 3205.
  • To report an fault or emergency that involves poles, wires or meters, contact your local distributor.

You can also request a callback, send a message, make a complaint, add yourself to the Do Not Contact List and more.

Are there any concessions or rebates available?

Concession options available with Sumo plans include:

  • Annual electricity concession. Eligible Victorian concession card holders can get a 17.5% discount on their household electricity bills all year.
  • Service to property charge concession. If your household has very low energy usage, where the usage charge is less than the service charge, you may be eligible for a service to property charge concession.
  • Controlled load electricity concession. Concession card holders who are paying a controlled load tariff for separately metered electric hot water or slab heating are able to claim a 13% discount.
  • Electricity transfer fee waiver. Sumo can waive fees that normally apply when concession cardholders move house.
  • Life support concession. You are able to claim a quarterly discount on electricity bills if a member of your household uses an eligible life support machine.
  • Medical cooling concession. If an eligible concession card holding member of your household has a health condition which affects their ability to regulate body temperature then you can claim a 17.5% discount from 1 November to 30 April each year. Eligible conditions include Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, lymphoedema, fibromyalgia, poliomyelitis and motor neurone disease.
  • Utility relief grant scheme. If you’re experiencing a temporary financial crisis, you can apply for the utility relief grant scheme. To apply, call Sumo on 13 88 60, or the Victorian government concessions line on 1800 658 521.

For more information about potential ways to save money on your energy bill, check out our guide to energy rebates in Australia.

Final things you might want to know about Sumo

Contact Sumo to discuss it's range of electricity plans

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    MichaelFebruary 13, 2019

    Hi my name is Michael. I was a sumo gas user. I canceled my acc as i will be in Thailand for the next year. I have not received a final bill as I requested on the 21/1/19 approx. Now I am thinking the new tenants may be using the gas under my name. I need to contact some one from this company through my email address.
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      NikkiFebruary 14, 2019Staff

      Hi Michael,

      Thanks for getting in touch! We want to help you out however we are not directly working with Sumo Energy. We suggest to contact them immediately for this. Hope this clarifies!


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    VirginiaApril 10, 2017

    How much all you can use?

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      HaroldApril 11, 2017Staff

      Hi Virginia,

      Thank you for your inquiry.

      The usage will depend on the plan that you would like to avail.
      1. On this page please navigate to the section “What energy plans does Sumo Power offer?
      2. Then you should see the energy plans does Sumo Power offer.

      I hope this information has helped.


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    SimonMarch 29, 2017

    Hi there, please can you confirm your kwh and daily rates, discounts and any lock in period.
    This is for an all peak tariff in Brisbane



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      LouMarch 31, 2017Staff

      Hi Simon,

      Thanks for your question.

      If you like to know the kwh and daily rates for Sumo, kindly fill out our online form above and a Sumo representative will get in touch with you.


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    PeterSeptember 16, 2016

    What is Sumo power feed in rate for solar?

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    colinMay 27, 2016

    Is the 27% discount for prompt payment applied to the bill total [including GST] or just the usage content?

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      ShirleyMay 30, 2016Staff

      Hi Colin,

      Thanks for your question.

      Just the electricity usage component.

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    colinMay 26, 2016

    Do you provide a fixed monthly payment plan based on annual use over previous 12 months

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      ShirleyMay 27, 2016Staff

      Hi Colin,

      Thanks for your question.

      Sumo Power providers a plan where if you pay your bill on time, you’ll get 27% off your electricity usage charges for 24 months. It comes with monthly billing.

      For more information, please see this page.

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