Energy Plans and Terms and Conditions

Customers with electricity supply out of contract terms, and customers with annual usage under the large market threshold for their state, are eligible for different rates and Terms and Conditions than our large business customer contracts. 

Have a look over the below relevant rates and terms corresponding to your business type and if you have any related questions, contact us by phone: 1300 176 031 or email: [email protected]

Large Business Default Rates & Terms

Customers with electricity supply that falls out of contract terms are subject to our standing Default rates and the Default terms and conditions: View Electricity Default Rates (from 1st March 2024) 

 

Small Business Rates & Terms (VIC)

In Victoria a business is considered a Small Business for Electricity retail if you have a site or multiple sites that each use less than - 40MWh for electricity.

Please note that the Small Business tariffs and charges are changing effective 01/07/2024, due to updates to the Victorian Default Offer. To see the rates that will apply select your network area. Rates shown are inclusive of GST and bills will differ based on actual usage.

Energy Fact Sheets - Network area

Servicing the Western suburbs and western Victoria

View the rates effective 01/07/2024 for the Powercor area below, and in the new energy fact sheet.

Servicing the outer northern and eastern suburbs, and eastern Victoria:

View the rates effective 01/07/2024 for the AusNet area below, and in the new energy fact sheet.

Servicing the southern suburbs and Mornington Peninsula:


View the rates effective 01/07/2024 for the United Energy area below, and in the new energy fact sheet.

Servicing the city and inner suburbs:

View the rates effective 01/07/2024 for the CitiPower area below, and in the new energy fact sheet.

Servicing the northern and north-western suburbs:

View the rates effective 01/07/2024 for the Jemena area below, and in the new energy fact sheet.