Electricity prices 2014-15

We have released our final decision on regulated electricity prices to apply from 1 July 2014.

Most residential customers in south east Queensland have switched to market contracts which are often cheaper than regulated tariffs. Many large businesses are also paying market rates.

However regulated prices are still important as they effectively set maximum prices for most customers.

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An overview of electricity prices from July 2014.


Business tariff

All the main business tariffs expalined.

Residential tariff 

The main residential tariffs.

Changing your tariff

Customers in south east Queensland are encouraged to shop around for a better deal. Our independent price comparator can help compare electricity prices offered by retailers. 

Unfortunately, retailers do not generally make offers to residential customers in regional Queensland because regulated prices are subsidised.

The Queensland Government is looking at ways to introduce competition in regional areas, so this may change in future.


Help with your bill

If you are struggling to pay your electricity bill, you should discuss your situation with your retailer. Retailers offer support to their customers in hardship.

The Queensland Government offers support to customers in some circumstances. For more information visit the Department for Energy and Water Supply’s electricity concessions page on their website, www.dews.qld.gov.au/energy-water-home/electricity/rebates or call them on: 13 QGOV (13 74 68).


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