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Compare Australian energy providers offering electricity and gas.


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    ToniJuly 2, 2019

    Which energy provider is the best electricity provider in NSW?

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      NikkiJuly 3, 2019

      Hi Toni,

      Thanks for your inquiry and for visiting our page.

      As stated on our page here, the details of electricity plans can vary based on factors such as peak and off-peak usage, account fees and payment discounts. So it’s important to make sure you use the same details to compare your options. To get started, you’ll need the following details:

      Your current energy provider
      Your current energy plan’s name (if the provider offers different options)
      How much your bills usually cost
      Your average daily usage (shown as kilowatts per hour or kWh)
      Sometimes, you may also be asked for details of your property, including the number of rooms, whether it’s your home or a workplace and whether there’s gas or solar power connected to the property.

      Once you have an idea of what you’re currently paying and how it’s calculated, you can look at what electricity plans are offered in your area.

      Hope this helps! For any further questions, feel free to reach out to us again, we’re here to help.


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