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If you are looking to compare electricity prices, charges and feed-in tariffs – you’ve come to the right place. WATTever is Australia’s largest publisher of retail electricity and gas pricing information. We’re committed to sharing comprehensive information to help households and business take the power back and find the best deal.
You can choose to Find the Best Deal with our tailored comparison. Or get into the details for rates, supply charges, solar feed-in tariffs and more on the links below. WATTever’s up to date comparison tables include all retailers and publicly listed plans. Plus we cover home and business electricity plans. You won’t find this information anywhere else!
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Cheapest electricity rates summary
Want the low down on the most competitive electricity rates? Click the link below to compare the lowest electricity rate for each retailer from their publicly listed electricity plans. This covers homes and businesses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, Perth and Darwin. WATTever update rates every week after scanning electricity pricing from every retailer.
Compare electricity usage rates
Compare electricity daily supply charges
Compare solar feed-in tariffs
Solar feed-in tariffs (FIT) are the payment made to solar owners for the energy they generate and send back into the grid. So, if you have solar – or are about add panels, you’ll want to know about the feed-in tariffs on offer. Hit the links below see the latest solar feed-in tariffs for homes or business in ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC and WA. Plus we break out critical feed-in tariff conditions.
Compare Controlled Load rates
Compare GreenPower rates
Compare Fees & Charges
When you compare electricity prices, it can pay off to look ahead at the fees and charges that retailers apply. For example, if you might be moving soon, then review disconnection and connection fees along with any exit fees. Or perhaps, if you might miss paying a bill on time, find out in advance any late payments charges and reconnection fees that come with this. Click below for a rundown of Fees & Charges published by retailers in their electricity plan Fact Sheets. Where fee information is absent from Fact Sheets, this can be viewed in the retailers’ terms and conditions available on their website.
Compare Demand Tariffs
Check Tariff periods
If you are on a Time Of Use or Demand Tariff, you’ll want to know the periods that charges apply for. Time Of Use (also known as Flexible or TOU) tariffs have different prices for electricity used at different periods of the day. Demand Tariffs have specific hours when added demand charges apply throughout the week. Also Demand Tariffs may vary across different seasons. Click below for a rundown of Time Of Use periods and Demand Tariff periods for all major electricity networks across Australia for residential and small business customers.
Find Electricity Fact Sheets
Electricity retailers are required by regulation to publish a standard document that sets out pricing information for each energy plan. These are called Energy Fact Sheets (EFS) in Victoria and Basic Plan Information Documents (BPIDs) in NSW, QLD, SA, ACT and Tasmania. The link below takes you to WATTever’s unique Electricity Fact Sheet Finder. Then you can search and instantly view BPIDs and EFSs for current publicly-listed plans from retailers across Australia.
Latest electricity plans
WATTever’s technology and team actively monitors retailer websites to get the most up to date electricity plan information. Published here are the “Valid From” date of the latest market and regulated residential electricity plans for each retailer in each state, that are currently included in WATTever’s comparison service. It’s a great way of seeing the retailers that have recently released residential electricity plans and those retailers that haven’t.