Listed below are electricity retailer’s daily supply charges for households in ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC and WA.
What are Daily supply charges? Daily supply charges are the amount you pay to be connected to the electricity grid. Also called the ‘service to property’ charge, fixed charge or service charge, they are usually shown on your bill as a daily rate. Daily supply charges are not based on how much energy you use.
Electricity daily supply charges vary depending on three things;
1. The electricity network region you are connected to. There are 15 major electricity networks in Australia.
2. What type of tariff you are on. This includes flat/anytime or time of use.
3. The electricity retailer who you buy power through.
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Select your State/Territory:
Ausgrid Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter Region and Newcastle)
Endeavour Energy Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (Western Sydney, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands and Illawarra)
Essential Energy Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (Regional NSW)
Energex Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (South East Queensland)
Ergon Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (Regional Queensland)
South Australia Electricity Daily Supply Charges
AusNet Services Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (Eastern Victoria)
CitiPower Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (Melbourne CBD and inner suburbs)
Jemena Electricity Daily Supply Charges (North West Melbourne)
Powercor Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (Western Victoria)
United Energy Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (South Eastern Melbourne and Mornington Peninsula)
Australian Capital Territory Electricity Daily Supply Charges
Horizon Power Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (Regional Western Australia)
|#||Retailer Plans (linked)||Anytime||Time Of Use Demand|
|Horizon Power Standard Residential||$1.03|
|Horizon Power Part Residential and Business||$1.77|
Western Power Network Electricity Daily Supply Charges (South West of WA)
Northern Territory Electricity Daily Supply Charges
Tasmania Electricity Daily Supply Charges
Please note the following about the information above:
1. Daily electricity supply charges shown include all available discounts.
2. Where retailers have subscription-based plans, periodic subscription fees are included in the daily supply charge.
3. Daily charges relating to controlled load or dedicated circuits are not shown on this page.
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