VIC Solar Rebate

Origin Energy is committed to reducing the impact that energy production has on the environment. Customers have access to a range of different environmentally friendly and energy efficient options. Origin’s energy plans come with the option to offset greenhouse emissions, and a choice of sourcing between 25% to 100% of electricity usage from renewable sources. Origin also has a Green Gas option starting from as little as $1 a week, which will offset greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas usage, find out more about both green power options here.

Origin Energy Residential Plans

Origin has a range of different pricing structures depending on which state and which distribution network you are on. Customers can also bundle their electricity and gas. Discounts are available for paying via direct debit or using their eBilling facilities. All residential plans come with no exit fees or lock in contracts

At Just Compare we will compare different companies and plans available for your property. We’ll consider lowest rates, best overall discount, special offers and payment bonuses, or any other special plan features that you want to see from your electricity company.

VIC Solar Rebate

AGL is a major developer of renewable energy technologies. It is taking action to responsibly reduce its greenhouse gas emissions while providing secure and affordable energy to its customers. In addition to gas and coal, AGL Energy’s current renewable generators include hydro, wind, and solar.

For those interested in making more sustainable choices in their own home or business, AGL customers can choose to offset their emissions, or select from a range of green energy plans. AGL Green Choice plans guarantee either 10%, 20%, or 100% of household electricity usage will be supplied from Renewable Energy Sources.

At Just Compare we will compare different companies and plans available for your property. We’ll consider lowest rates, best overall discount, special offers and payment bonuses, or any other special plan features that you want to see from your electricity company.

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