FAQ Category: Switching

Can Perth Energy supply my business?

If your business spends over $13,000 annually on electricity or use more than 50MW/h of electricity per year, and your business is located within the South West Interconnected System (SWIS) region (which stretches from Kalbarri north of Perth to Kalgoorlie-Boulder in the Eastern Goldfields and south to Albany), we will be able to supply electricity […]

Is there a cost to switch energy providers?

If you are not on a fixed term contract with your current energy provider, you should not incur any cost for switching. If you have a meter that needs to be upgraded, you may be required to pay an upgrade fee to Western Power (for electricity supply) or ATCO (for gas supply).

How do I switch?

Simply request a quote online, or get in touch with us to let us know your supply address, the NMI (national meter identifier – the meter number that can be found on your current bill), and we will be in touch with you with more information and a proposal.

How much can my business save?

You could save up to 20% (based on gazetted tariffs) on your business energy bills when you switch to us. Actual savings is dependent on business energy usage pattern and applicable current tariffs. Get a free quote today to find out how much you could save.

How reliable is the supply?

Your business gas and electricity is supplied through the same network and pipes regardless of your energy provider. Because it is the same gas and electricity, there is no change to the quality and reliability of the supply.

Will I have to change the meter?

Depending on the type of meter you have on your business premise, there may be a need to upgrade the meter. Simply request a free quote with your meter number and we will be in touch to let you know if your meter needs to be upgraded.

How long does it take to receive a quote?

We endeavour to respond to your request for a free quote within five working days. In that time, we will assess your business requirements and analyse your current energy usage to present you with a proposal that is tailored to your business needs.