2014 Victorian Network Review

by Energy Action | Feb 03, 2014
Following the updates to Victorian network tariffs on 1 January 2014, Energy Action conducts a comprehensive review of all tariff changes to advise Contract Management & Energy Reporting customers of any opportunities for savings that they may be eligible for.
Following the updates to Victorian network tariffs on 1 January 2014, Energy Action conducts a comprehensive review of all tariff changes to advise Contract Management & Energy Reporting customers of any opportunities for savings that they may be eligible for.

Energy Action's review of the 2014 Victorian Network Tariff increases has found potential savings for Victorian customers of $1.35 million. Over ten percent of our Victorian customers were identified as having a potential saving by being eligible to move to an alternative network tariff.

The largest savings found for one of our customers was $86,000. The median saving identified per site was more than $500 per annum.

If you were one of the customers who might receive a potential saving – don’t forget to act quick! Every day that goes by is a day you could be paying more than necessary!

Not from Victoria?
Don’t despair, all other customers outside of Victoria have their network tariffs reviewed on 1 July. Shortly following this, the Contract Management & Energy Reporting team conduct their network tariff review for every managed site in NSW, QLD, ACT, TAS and SA.

If you are a Contract Management & Energy Reporting customer with a Victorian site and are unaware of how to get the most out of these network tariff reviews please contact our team.

Contact the Energy Action team if you would like more information about becoming a Contract Management & Energy Reporting customer.