Listed below are electricity retailer’s controlled load 3 rates for households in QLD (Smart Control) and TAS (Tariff 62). There are no controlled load 3 tariffs in the other states and territories.
Controlled Load 3 Rates are the amount you pay per kWh for appliances that are on dedicated circuits connected as a Controlled 3 Load. For residential properties this can include pool pumps, in-floor heating and occasionally hot water heating and air conditioning.
Controlled Load 3 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 3 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 2 Rates comparison here.
Select your State/Territory:
Energex Network Electricity Controlled Load 3 Rates – Tariff 35 aka Smart Control (South East Queensland)
Please note the following about the information below:
1. Controlled Load 3 Rates shown include GST and all available discounts.
2. Daily charges relating to controlled load or dedicated circuits are not shown on this page.
“Market-linked plans” that have their rates tied directly to the wholesale market spot price are not included in the tables above because these rates vary every day and cannot be compared like-for-like with most plans where the published rate is the rate you pay. To view indicative rates and feed-in tariffs published for market-linked plans, please see WATTever’s rates pages for Amber Electric and Powerclub.
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