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Changes to electricity pricing and discounts

New regulations apply from 1 July 2019 that means all energy retailers will advertise discounts for households against the same reference pricing. This reference pricing is known now as the Default Market Offer or DMO. 

If discounts appear smaller than they once were in some areas, it quite likely due to our base price also being reduced.

Enova has kept our Market Offers in line with the Default Market Offer or Standing Offer. We welcome the new industry rules, designed to provide consumer access to more competitive rates and easy to compare transparent pricing.

Electricity plans will become easier to compare!

Electricity regulations cover NSW, parts of QLD, SA and VIC households

Enova and all retailers will now advertise and offer discounts that refer to the DMO, which will help make comparing easier. Some exceptions apply, including for solar customers.

Changes to discounts

In NSW, parts of QLD and SA, all plans must show you an estimated yearly bill amount. This estimate is calculated for an average-usage customer in your area and shown in the table below.

All Market Offer plans must show you an annual yearly saving either as a dollar amount or a % discount. This yearly saving is for a typical-usage customer in your area

You can use the estimated yearly bills or annual cost savings to quickly scan and compare available offers. Of course, your actual bill will depend on your usage and tariff setup.
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