Electricity prices have been continuously rising in Australia, and it’s all over the news. Many families & businesses are struggling with these expensive power prices. Electricity Monster is a broker that compares rates from our partners.
With a unique Pricing Promise guarantee that dismisses an exit fee if prices go up, they have provided meaningful freedom for their customers against a highly cramping electricity retail environment.
Currently reaping the advantages of being backed by AGL, Powerdirect has a specialization in servicing business customers and soothing the process of bill generation for multi-site operations.
They also provide renewable energy options. If you’re still unsure about which provider is right for you, compare energy rates with Electricity Monster.
The company services both homes and businesses in South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, ACT and New South Wales.
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Note: Electricity Monster is not in a commercial relationship with Powerdirect and therefore will not be displaying Powerdirect rates and plans in our comparison table. We do however include plans and rates from other retailers we are partners with which you can compare electricity against your Powerdirect Plan.CALL NOW 1300 232 848 Compare Now
Beginning life in 1997 doing what Electricity Monster does today for thousands of happy Australian customers, the company began as an electricity broker. Eventually jumping into Australia’s deregulated markets a few years later, the company was purchased first by Ergon Energy in 2006 before AGL came knocking in 2007. The company now operates as a wholly owned subsidiary of Australia’s largest energy company.
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Powerdirect has two plans on offer for its residential and business customers and one is a standing offer contract with rates prescribed by the regional energy regulator.
The other is a market contract with rates that could vary according to the fluctuations in market demand and supply. The company also offers flexible pricing options for Victorian households. Additionally, the company’s Pricing Promise initiative allows users to exit their contracts without incurring additional fees if the company changes prices mid-contract.