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C2 Community Service tariff

The C2 tariff is available to small voluntary and charitable organisations. 

Eligible businesses include

Energy prices

Daily consumption Supply charge Variable charge
Less than 20 kWh  $1.0145 cents per day 23.7035 cents per kWh
20-1650 kWh  $1.0145 cents per day 25.2900 cents per kWh
Greater than 1650 kWh $1.0145 cents per day 24.1230 cents per kWh

Apply to connect

You can apply for this tariff if in writing, providing evidence which clearly illustrates that the conditions set out in the Energy Operators (Regional Power Corporation) (Charges) By-Laws 2006 have been met.

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    Other fees & charges
    Billing Charge
    Paper bill fee $1.20
    Over the counter payment (Australia Post) $2.54
    Account establishment $24.00
    Dishonour fee (via Australia Post) $27.50
    Dishonour fee (via direct debit) $2.50
    Dishonour fee (via cheque) $14.80
    Overdue account notice $5.80*
    Credit card transaction fee 0.71%
    Copy of customer invoice request $3.30

     

    All prices are correct as at 1 July 2021, include GST (except where noted otherwise), and are subject to change at any time.

    *GST not applicable

    Metering Charge
    Meter test - standard meter testing $247.50
    Meter test - concession rate $154.40
    Meter damage $851.00
    Remote reconnection or disconnection $6.20
    Interval data request $30.00
    Remote meter configuration $26.30
    Manual meter read $152.50
    Subsidiary electricity meter rental (daily charge) $0.1660
    Reconciliation of embedded network master account Quote required
    Embedded network management $312.10
    Adding or removing meters from an embedded network account Quote required
    Rebilling of an embedded network master meter account Quote required

     

    All prices are correct as at 1 July 2021, include GST (except where noted otherwise), and are subject to change at any time.

Electricity fees and charges

We provide a range of retail and network services for customers and contractors.

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