Peak Demand Saver plan
Be part of something big and join the Energy Storage Trial at Alkimos Beach in collaboration with Lendlease and LandCorp just by switching to the Peak Demand Saver plan.
We've developed a time-of-use product as part of the trial
The new Peak Demand Saver plan enables you to virtually store the excess energy produced by your solar PV system to reduce your energy bill (for a small fee).Switch now
To keep it simple, the Peak Demand Saver plan only has two rates across three time bands
Peak daily (4pm to 8pm)
To encourage reduction on grid demand during the busiest times, the Peak daily rate is 47.8500 cents per unit (kWh). Plus, your solar credits will be applied here first.
Daily supply charges
|Item||Price (inc. of GST)|
|Peak daily (4pm - 8pm)
||47.8500 cents per unit (kWh)
|Off-peak day (midnight - 4pm)
||25.0603 cents per unit (kWh)
|Off-peak evening (8pm- midnight)||25.0603 cents per unit (kWh)|
|Virtual storage fee||$11 a month|
||47.1834 cents per day
|Solar Sell Back for excess solar credits
||7.1350 cents per unit (kWh)|
Virtual energy storage for just $11 a month
Instead of just selling any excess electricity from your solar PV system back to us, you’ll generate solar credits. These credits will be used to off set your energy usage between 4pm and midnight.Switch now
Plus, get paid Solar Sell Back credits
If you’ve generated more solar credits than the amount of energy you’ve consumed between the Peak daily and Off-peak evening time periods (4pm - midnight), during your billing period, it won’t go to waste.Switch now
Need any help deciding if Peak Demand Saver plan is right for you?
If you'd like to talk to someone to find out more about the plan or to discuss how much you could save by switching, then we're here to help anytime Monday to Friday - 7am to 7pm (excluding public holidays).
Things you need to know
When switching to the Peak Demand Saver plan you’ll be asked to opt-in to a non-regulated tariff (we call this a non-standard contract). To help you make an informed decision based on your circumstances, we’ve outlined the difference between this and a regulated tariff (standard contract). You should make your own assessment of the terms and conditions.