Analog meters are the original meters used by electricity companies to measured electricity usage. These meters are being replaced by more modern electronic meters which have a digital display. People often confuse digital meters with smart meters, but smart meters are more advanced than digital metersREAD MORE
Enova's initial share offering is now closed, although occasionally individual shareholders put their shares up for sale. We are keeping a register of interested buyers and you can add your name to the list. READ MORE
A gross meter measures the entire output of your system, combining the amount of solar energy you are consuming and the amount you’re exporting. Gross metering applies when you export all of the electricity you generate to the grid. Net metering allows you to separate the energy you consume and the energy you export. READ MORE
The things you tell us about how you use electricity in your home and business, along with average consumption rates help us to determine – with a high degree of accuracy – how much energy your household is likely to use, and therefore your monthly instalment. READ MORE
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If you are paying or are responsible for your electricity account, you can switch to Enova.
View our range of Energy Plans. You may also be able to install solar - call us for more information.
Each Enova Energy Plan is different. Terms, conditions and benefits are outlined in the Customer Agreement. Your plan’s terms, conditions and benefits are valid for 12 months. You can check the details of your plan here. READ MORE
Yes. All of the energy retailers will be increasing prices as of July 2017, primarily in response to rising wholesale prices, which they have been protecting consumers from for as long as possible. READ MORE
In New South Wales, most energy retailers tend to introduce price changes at the start of the financial year (1 July). But they can change prices at any time, depending on what's written in your contract. READ MORE
Feed-in tariffs (FITs) are payments made by an electricity supplier to a household or business that generates its own electricity through methods which don’t deplete natural resource like solar. READ MORE