Changes to business tariffs, fees and charges from 1 July 2020

July 21 2020

Each year, the WA State Government reviews electricity tariff prices, fees and charges so they better reflect the costs of making and delivering electricity through Western Australia.

This year the WA State Government is not changing the price of the residential A2 and MyPower electricity tariffs. This is part of a range of COVID-19 support measures for WA households, which means that the unit price and supply charge for these tariffs will remain at the 2019 price. 

There are changes to business electricity tariffs, MyPower Business and streetlight tariffs. These changes better reflect the cost of generating electricity, maintaining the electricity grid, providing customer services and ensuring we can provide safe, reliable electricity to regional WA. These changes are effective from 1 July 2020.

There are also some changes to Horizon Power’s ancillary fees and charges effective 1 July 2020. Changes to fees and charges are in-line with or below the CPI rate.

What assistance is available if I am struggling to pay my bill?

We’re here to help if you are having trouble paying your Horizon Power bill or need more time to pay. We will work with you to set up support measures that work for your circumstance, as well as providing practical advice on how you can reduce your electricity usage.

Find out more about the help available.

Horizon Power provides a number of rebates and subsidies, on behalf of the WA State Government, to residential customers who hold a concession card. Customers are also able to access clever ways to reduce their electricity bill on our Easy Ways to Save page.

Visit our pricing page for the current list of Horizon Power tariff, fees and charges.

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