Sunshine Saver

Now you can have your time in the sun.

A new energy solution making it easier for more households to save on their energy bills.

Sunshine Saver is a new subscription-based product 

That gives you the freedom and flexibility to start saving on your energy bills.

It has been made especially for people who are renting their homes or have been recognised by Horizon Power as having ongoing financial hardship that would prevent them from being able to invest in their own renewable energy generation, such as installing their own solar panels.

See if you're eligible

Enjoy the benefits of Sunshine Saver

For eligible customers, Sunshine Saver will allow you to share in the benefits from our investment in local renewable energy and help you save on your energy bills.

How does the Sunshine Saver subscription work?

*Approximate savings based on the average consumption of a residential A2 tariff customer in Esperance. Estimated savings will vary depending on energy used during 6 am and 6 pm for savings to apply. Total bill calculations and savings are dependent on overall energy consumption during the 24 hour period. There is no rollover of unused energy. Not eligible for DEBS payments.

Let’s see how this works for
Joan & Bob...

Their average bill is $281

On a typical day, Joan & Bob use 12 units of energy between 6 am and 6 pm. With Sunshine Saver, they receive:

  • 5 units of energy credited to their account daily, regardless of usage.
  • PLUS a 10% discount on the other 7 units used between 6 am and 6 pm.
    (Standard A2 tariff = 30.81c/unit; less 10% discount = 27.7308 ¢/unit).
Their total bill savings will be $31.61.
That's 11% in savings ^

Check eligibility and register your interest

^ These are approximate amounts only, based on the average consumption of a residential A2 tariff customer in Esperance. Individual customer savings will vary depending on energy used during 6am and 6pm.

Things you need to know

  • Compare energy charges - with and without Sunshine Saver
    A2 Residential Tariff A2 Residential Tariff+ Sunshine Saver

    Usage charges (¢ per unit):
     6 am - 6 pm (after the first 5 units consumed)

    30.8120 ¢ 27.7308 ¢

    Usage charges (¢ per unit):
    All other times

    30.8120 ¢ 30.8120 ¢
    Daily supply ($ per day)
    $1.1046 $1.1046

    5 units (5 kWh)

    n/a $1.5406 credit applied every day
    Daily Subscription
    n/a $1 a day

    All prices are correct as at 1 July 2023, include GST (except where noted otherwise), and are subject to change at any time.

  • The fine print

    Horizon Power Sunshine Saver Product Disclosure Statement

    1. What is Sunshine Saver?

    • 1.1 Sunshine Saver is a “concession” within the meaning of the Horizon Power standard form contract.
    • 1.2 Here’s how it works:
    • 1.3 Pay the daily subscription fee listed on our website at which is subject to change from time to time and for each day you remain an active Sunshine Saver subscriber you receive:
      • 1.3.1 a credit for 5 units of energy per day with each unit having the same value as a unit of energy under the A2 Residential Tariff and
      • 1.3.2 10% off the variable component of the A2 residential tariff for energy consumed each day in excess of 5 units between 6am and 6pm, AWST time.
    • 1.4 The number of subscribers we can offer Sunshine Saver is limited.

    2. Are you eligible to subscribe to Sunshine Saver?

    • 2.1 You are eligible to subscribe in relation to a premises provided that:
      • 2.1.1 at the time your application to subscribe is processed by us, the limit on the number of Sunshine Saver subscribers has not been exceeded;
      • 2.1.2 you are an individual and not a business;
      • 2.1.3 your Horizon Power customer account is in your personal name and not a business name;
      • 2.1.4 you do not receive any allowance or contribution from your employer toward your Horizon Power electricity bill;
      • 2.1.5 you are supplied on our A2 residential tariff, and are not a pre-paid meter customer;
      • 2.1.6 we supply you at a residential premises in a Sunshine Saver Eligible Location listed on Horizon Power’s website at;
      • 2.1.7 you do not have a rooftop solar PV system;
      • 2.1.8 and you meet one of the following requirements:
        1. you lease the property you're currently living in; or
        2. you hold a valid Concession Card (Centrelink health care card, Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card, Veterans Affairs Gold card or Veterans Pensioner Concession Card); or
        3. you satisfy Horizon Power’s hardship requirements, as set out in Horizon Power’s hardship policy.
    • 2.2 Horizon Power will conduct regular audits for the purposes of ensuring compliance with the eligibility criteria set out in items 2.1.2 to 2.1.5 above. If you are an active subscriber yet deemed no longer eligible your subscription may be cancelled. Additionally, Horizon Power may at times ask you to demonstrate to our reasonable satisfaction that you satisfy all the eligibility criteria. And we can ask more than once.

    3. Will Sunshine Saver subscriptions last forever?

    • 3.1 Horizon Power can vary the structure or any other characteristics of Sunshine Saver, including subscriber limits, from time to time and for any reason.
    • 3.2 Horizon Power can discontinue the product entirely at any time and for any reason.
    • 3.3 If we do that, we will give you notice in your next bill.
    • 3.4 If you stop being eligible for the subscription, we can cancel your subscription.
    • 3.5 You can also opt-out of the subscription at any time, with one day’s prior notice to us. And you must opt-out or otherwise advise us if you become ineligible, in accordance with our standard form contract

    4. Some small print

    • 4.1 Nothing in this product disclosure statement varies:
      • 4.1.1 the Horizon Power standard form contract;
      • 4.1.2 the Code of Conduct for the Supply of Electricity to Small Use Customers;
      • 4.1.3 and any rights we may have under any laws, including without limitation the Electricity Industry Act 2004 (WA) and the Energy Operators (Powers) Act 1979 (WA).
    • 4.2 If there is any inconsistency between any part of this product disclosure statement and any of the documents, instruments or legislation referred to above, then those take priority over the product disclosure statement to the extent of the inconsistency.

Frequently asked questions

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