Comprehensive electricity comparison for every Australian
Compare electricity and find the best deal.Compare electricity for home and business. WATTever compares every retailer and more than 4,000 plans. Get started with a free market comparison. Then keep saving time and money with WATTever’s Deal Tracker market monitor helping you to stay on top.
Best electricity comparison for your home.
Find the best deal with a free comparison of every retailer and every publicly-listed residential electricity plan. Then keep saving with WATTever’s free Deal Tracker market monitor. It’s the easy way to stay on top of your energy costs and always have cheaper electricity.
Compare charges and tariffs.If you like to get into the details, you’ll love this. Compare all the individual residential electricity rates, plans and tariffs across retailers, in one place.
Best electricity comparison for your business.
It pays to ensure your business makes a well-informed decision every year to keep on top of electricity expenses. Compare every retailer and every publicly listed business plan up to 100MWh. Take control of your business’s energy costs today.
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If you want to go deeper on the latest electricity rates, charges and feed-in tariffs – on the links below you’ll find the essential information you need. We include all retailers and publicly listed plans to help you compare.
WATTever is Australia’s largest publisher of retail electricity pricing information. You won’t find this information anywhere else! We’re committed to sharing comprehensive information to help households and businesses take the power back and find the best deal.
Cheapest electricity rates summary
Looking for the lowest electricity rates? If you are a resident or a business in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, Perth and Darwin the links below show you the lowest usage rates for each retailer’s publicly listed electricity plans. WATTever update rates every week after scanning electricity pricing from every retailer.
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. If you have solar – or are about add panels, you’ll want to know about the feed-in tariffs that electricity retailer are offering. The links below to electricity retailer’s latest solar feed-in tariffs for households and business in ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC and WA also includes key feed-in tariff conditions.
Electricity usage rates
Usage Rates are the amount you pay per kWh for the electricity you consume in your home. This includes lighting, appliances, air conditioning etc.
If you are household or business in the ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC or WA we’ve got you covered with electricity retailer’s latest usage rates. Usage rates are charged one of two ways. Whether you are looking for Anytime rates that have the same cost whether power is used day or night or Time of Use rates, you can discover the best rates on offer. We also have the usage rates for Demand tariffs (where a capacity charge applies to your maximum usage in peak demand periods).
Electricity daily supply charges
Controlled Load rates
Controlled Load rates are the amount you pay per kWh for appliances that are on dedicated circuits connected to your electricity meter. For homes this often includes ‘off peak’ hot water heaters, pool pumps and in-floor heating. On the links below you’ll find Controlled Load 1, 2 and 3 electricity rates for households and business.
GreenPower is a government accredited program that lets households and businesses choose to offset their electricity use with renewable energy. Listed below by each participating electricity retailer is the current cost per kWh to use 100% GreenPower for your electricity consumption.
Residential electricity demand charges are a capacity charge based on a maximum amount of electricity consumed in a defined period – usually 30 to 60 minutes – during certain time periods or months. On the links below you’ll find electricity retailer’s demand rates for households and business.