Controlled Load 2 Rates are the amount you pay per kWH for appliances that are on dedicated circuits connected as a Controlled 2 Load. For residential properties this can include pool pumps, in-floor heating and occasionally hot water heating (if longer heating hours are required than controlled load 1 provides).
Controlled Load 2 Rates vary depending on;
1. The electricity network region you are connected to.
2. The electricity retailer who you buy power through.
Here’s how to find the best deal. A low controlled load 1 rate is important, but you also need to consider the other usage rates, daily supply charges (and feed-in tariffs if you have solar). WATTever’s comprehensive electricity comparison makes it easy to get it right because it includes all this information.
View Controlled Load 1 Rates comparison here.
View Controlled Load 3 Rates comparison here.
Select your State/Territory:
Ausgrid Network Electricity Controlled Load 2 Rates – Tariff EA040 (Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter Region and Newcastle)
Endeavour Energy Network Electricity Controlled Load 2 Rates – Tariff N54 (Western Sydney, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands and Illawarra)
Energex Network Electricity Controlled Load 2 Rates – Tariff 33 (South East Queensland)
Ergon Network Electricity Controlled Load 2 Rates (Regional Queensland)
|#||Retailer Plans (linked)|
|QEnergy Home Your Way||$0.212|
|Ergon Energy Standard Contract (Tariff 11)||$0.212|
|Ergon Energy Standard Contract (Tariff 12A)||$0.212|
|Ergon Energy Standard Contract (Tariff 14)||$0.212|
Australian Capital Territory Electricity Controlled Load 2 Rates – Tariff 070
Please note the following about the information below:
1. Controlled Load 2 Rates shown include GST and all available discounts.
2. Daily charges relating to controlled load or dedicated circuits are not shown on this page.
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