Pricing & Plans
Cost-effective plans and pricing
Different customers have different needs. We help you meet your energy needs in the most cost-effective way with our choices for buying electricity. We are confident that we deliver great value, so we quote our prices in a way that makes them easy to compare. And we are happy to explain our different options and the elements that make up pricing.
With fixed pricing, your rates/charges are fixed for the term of your contract. That charge covers the price of energy and our retail services, such as meter reading, billing and customer support. However, certain charges, like network charges and government and regulatory charges may change.
The duration of a fixed energy plan is usually two or three years, depending on where your business is located. Exit fees may also apply.
Choose fixed pricing if:
- you want more certainty than variable pricing to help you budget
- you’re happy to sign up to a contract of up to three years.
With variable pricing, you have no fixed term contract. We will give you 30 days’ notice of any change in electricity price.
Not all of our plans offer variable pricing.
Choose variable pricing if:
- you don’t want to be tied into a contract
- you’re happy for your rates to change (with 30 days’ notice).
You can change from variable pricing to any available fixed pricing at any time.
Use a lot of electricity?
We have a range of dedicated plans for businesses that use a large amount of electricity.
Because of our breadth of industry experience we provide you with expert help in choosing the best solution and managing your energy transactions. Contact our dedicated Corporate Account team.
EasiPlan gives your business fixed rates for your electricity, so you know what rate you’ll pay for electricity each month. It protects your business from fluctuations with the electricity spot market prices, giving you more certainty over your business’ monthly bill amount.
Spot market plan
With the Spot Market Plan, the price your business pays for energy is linked to prices in the wholesale electricity market (Spot Market). It’s a perfect solution if you actively manage your business’ energy spend and follow what’s happening in the market.
Proportional pricing plan
You set a percentage of your electricity use that’s charged at a fixed rate, with the balance being charged at the electricity Spot Market Rate plus an administration charge. Because you set the percentage, you can select the level of risk that suits your business, with the added benefit of having some degree of price certainty and protection from Spot Market fluctuations.