18/01/2021How to choose a new power plan for your new home
Moving house soon? Don’t take the wrong power plan with you when you move house. Here’s how to choose a new power plan for your new home.
12/01/2021Most popular power providers revealed
A review of over 378,000 residential customers that switched power provider last year has revealed some interesting trends in the provider of choice for the Kiwi public. Which providers are winning the battle for new customers?
23/12/2020Power Compare Christmas Opening Hours 2020
Wishing you a happy holiday season and a great start to 2021! Here are our opening hours for the 2020-2021 holiday season. Plus how to get in touch with your power or broadband provider during the holidays.
14/12/2020Is your power bill the lowest since 2015?
The latest data from the Electricity Retailers’ Association reveals that Power bills are down $126. The lowest average since 2015. How does your power bill compare? Here’s how to make sure you’re getting the best value from your power plan.
27/11/2020Black Friday deals 2020
As you know, at NZ Compare we are all about helping you compare the options and make an informed choice about services like power, broadband and more. We’re also keen to help you save money all year round, and we absolutely love Black Friday.
26/11/2020Top 10 ways to reduce your power bill during summer
We often think of winter as being the most power-hungry time of year, but electricity use can still mount up in summer. Luckily, there is still lots you can do to reduce your power bill this summer. Here are 10 things you can do today to prepare your home for summer and lower your power bill.
09/11/202060,000 Northland Customers get share of $10.2M
Great news for power customers in the Northland region. Up to 60,000 customers will receive a share of $10.2 million from Northland electricity company Northpower. How much will each customer receive? When will they receive their share?
26/10/2020Cuts to electricity lines charges not passed on to customers
Recent research has revealed that cuts to electricity lines charges ordered by the Commerce Commission last April have not passed on to customers. Where have our savings gone?