Queensland, NSW, ACT, Victoria, SA and Tasmania
Note for small businesses on flat tariffs* in Queensland, NSW and SA:
From the 1st of July 2019, standing offer prices for flat tariff small business customers have been varied due to the introduction of the Competition and Consumer (Industry Code—Electricity Retail) Regulations 2019. We have also varied our single site market contract prices. The non-price terms of the Standard Retail Contract have not changed. All flat tariffs that are varying will be equal to the Reference Price.
* A tariff that includes a fixed daily supply charge, and a variable charge reflecting the volume (in kWh) of electricity consumed.
Note for small businesses on Standard Retail Contracts in Victoria:
The Standing Offer rates have been varied from 1 July 2019 and can be viewed below.
From 1 July 2019, if you are on a flat tariff standing offer for your electricity, you will be rolled over to the Victorian Default Offer. This is a regulated price. Information on the Victorian Default Offer Rates (for standard retail contract customers) are accessible below from our Energy Fact Sheets. From 1 January 2020, the Victorian Default Offer will replace all standing offers for Standard Retail Contract customers.
Further, our Standard Retail Contract Terms & Conditions applicable to Victorian customers have changed effective 1 July 2019. The change pertains to clause 8.6 GST:
Omit clause 8.6 and replace with:
Amounts specified in the standing offer prices from time to time and other amounts payable under this contract are inclusive of GST.