The Australian Power Bill: Decoded

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Infographics | BY Ethan

Confusing, complicated and costly. That’s your power bill.

Australians have some of the highest energy rates in the world but do you really know where all that money is going?

And how do you know what any of these terms mean?

A lot of people feel a bit bamboozled by their bill. Not knowing what’s going on with your bill can make the whole matter of your power connection a needless headache.

Don’t worry, you don’t need to be Sherlock Holmes to crack the code, we’ve got the answers right here in one place.

Here is the Australian Power Bill: Decoded.

Understanding Your Power Bill

Making more sense now? We definitely hope so.

It’s important to have a good understanding of your power bill as it’s going to be in your letterbox every so often, asking you for money, and threatening to cut off your power if you don’t pay up.

So you understand your power bill now, what if you’re still not happy?

What if the one thing you can’t quite get a handle on is why you’re paying so much?

If you’re paying outrageous rates for your business or residential electricity we can help.

Electricity Monster has some of Australia’s sharpest rates and leading retailers all under one roof.

Drop us a line any time! Our number is 1300 232 848! And our brokers would love to help you into a more cost-effective rate!

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Written by Ethan


Ethan is an energy journalist with a passion for how the electricity industry affects regular people. His key areas of interest are the energy poverty crisis and inner workings of each state’s electricity situation.

Comments (1)

  1. Cyrill says:

    Very helpful.

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