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L2 Small Businesses tariff

The L2 tariff is applied to customers where electricity  is used for business purposes, with consumption up to  50 megawatt hours per annum (up to 137 units per day on average). 

Compatible with

Supply charge

$2.0213 per day​

0-1,650 kWh/day

31.4548 cents/kWh

>1,650 kWh/day

35.4642 cents/kWh

 

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    Billing

    Description

    Fee

    Account establishment

    $25.90

    Copy of customer invoice request

    No fee

    Card transaction fee

    0.34%

    Dishonour fee (via Australia Post)

    $29.68

    Dishonour fee (via direct debit)

    $2.62

    Overdue account notices

    $6.26*

    Over the counter payment (Australia Post)

    $2.74

    Paper bill fee

    $1.29

    *GST not applicable

     

     

    Metering

    Description Fee
    Adding or removing meters from an embedded network account Quote required
    Embedded network management $337.00
    Interval data request $30.80
    Manual meter read $164.00
    Meter test - standard meter testing $267.00
    Meter test - concession rate $167.00
    Meter damage $919.00
    Rebilling of an embedded network master meter account Quote required
    Reconciliation of embedded network master account Quote required
    Remote meter configuration $28.39
    Remote reconnection or disconnection $6.70
    Subsidiary electricity meter rental (daily charge) $0.1750

     

Electricity fees and charges

We provide a range of retail and network services for customers and contractors. Visit our pricing page to view all fees and charges, effective 1 July 2024. 

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