WA Household and Small Business Electricity Credit

The first instalment will be applied to eligible customer accounts from 20 July 2024.


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Introducing Smart Connect Solar

A new way to enable more customers to connect solar without impacting network stability.


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Are you eligible for bill savings?

Sunshine Saver is now available in Cue, Esperance, Meekatharra, Norseman, Sandstone, Wiluna, Yalgoo.


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Looking for ways to save energy?

Easy ways to be more energy efficient at home and keep your costs down. 

Energy saving tips

For home

Everything you need to plan, track or manage your household energy needs in one central spot.

Building or renovating?

Sometimes you need to request a new electricity connection, install a new meter or turn the power off to complete a renovation.

Find out what's involved and how to get in touch with us. 

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Solar power is a great way to use that WA sunshine to generate your own clean energy, which could help to reduce your power bills.  

Find out how much you could save and tips to get the best results from your investment. 

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Do you need help with your bill?

If you’re finding it hard to pay your electricity bill, we have a range of options to help you get back on track. You could also be eligible for the Hardship Utilities Grant Scheme (HUGS) to help you avoid disconnection. 

Concessions & rebates

Switch to prepaid power

Take control of your energy costs by paying upfront before you use your power - from the convenience of your mobile phone.

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Don't ignore shocks & tingles

Electric shocks or tingles are warning signs of an electrical fault, which could cause serious harm or death if ignored.

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News & latest updates

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Horizon Power acknowledges the Traditional Custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.

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