A whopping 42,000 households switched plans between different power companies in August – the second highest month on record. With 39 power companies all competing for market share – we are seeing lower prices and innovations in terms of plans available. Are you on the right power plan for you?
With power prices frequently changing, how to be sure who is the cheapest power company in New Zealand?
Finding the cheapest electricity provider can feel a lot like searching for a needle in a haystack. For a second you think you know what company offers the best energy deal, the next moment they have gone.
The latest offer from Contact offers up to $25 off the standard monthly cost of broadband when you bundle with energy on the Broadband Bundle plan. Get unlimited broadband from $64.99/mth with no fixed term and no break fees. Get the deal!
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Power Companies in New Zealand are offering their customers more innovative ways of buying and managing power for their homes. Is Spot Pricing right for you? Read on to find out more and make an informed choice about Spot Pricing.
Here are some small changes you can make in your day-to-day life to cut the amount of power you use in your home. Plus, one change that almost every home in New Zealand could make to save them an estimated $372 million per year!
How closely do you monitor your power bill? A recent report revealed that a man was accidentally paying his neighbours bill by mistake for years. Here’s how settle a dispute with your power company when mistakes are made.
More than 440,000 households switched Power Company last year – and it looks like the big providers have been the biggest losers. So, if you feel like you’re paying too much, or you’re not feeling the love from your current power provider – it might be time to consider a smaller provider.
Genesis have launched a ‘virtual power plant’ in South Wairarapa that allows users to generate, store, share and sell energy. Is this the future of power in NZ?
What is the final word on the government’s Electricity Price Review? The final report have been submitted but many New Zealanders are heading into a cold winter paying more than they should for power. How can we level the field for a fairer power marketplace? Using your consumer power to make an informed choice about which provider you choose can help you take control.