Synergy Charity Accommodation Plan® (D1) tariff
Special rates for organisations that help house our community
If your organisation provides residential accommodation to those in need and with no commercial gain, this tariff may suit. Examples of eligible organisations are:
- Hostels for the aged
- Women's refuges and emergency accommodation
- Homes for the aged - including a hostel and self-contained units, supplied through one point of supply
- Where a hostel is supplied separately from units, only the hostel is eligible for the Charity Accommodation Plan (D1) tariff. The units are eligible for the residential Home Plan (A1) tariff.
Effective 1 July 2020. Prices are subject to change from time to time and other fees and charges may also apply. Prices listed include GST unless otherwise stated. By law we calculate our prices to four decimal places. Electricity is charged by the 'unit'. A 'unit' is one kilowatt-hour (kWh).
The pricing details shown relate to Synergy customers connected to the South West Interconnected System (SWIS), covering the area from Kalbarri in the North, down to Albany in the South and East to Kalgoorlie. For other areas of Western Australia outside of the SWIS please contact Horizon Power.
The Charity Accommodation Plan (D1) tariff is a Government regulated electricity tariff specifically designed for charitable or benevolent organisations providing residential accommodation. If you believe your organisation is eligible, please apply in writing and return the application to Synergy.
The Synergy Charity Accommodation Plan (D1) tariff is currently available to premises that:
- Are wholly used by a charitable or benevolent organisation for providing residential accommodation other than for commercial gain
- The A1 tariff (single dwelling, residential use only) is not available/ does not apply
The eligibility criteria may change from time to time.
Calculating the cost
The Charity Accommodation Plan (D1) tariff includes a charge for additional residences. The first 5 beds are charged at one price, and each additional 5 beds at a lower supply charge. See below for pricing.
|Item||Price inc. GST|
|Supply charge - first 5 beds||98.3532 cents per day|
|Supply charge - each additional 5 beds||36.4628 cents per day|
|Electricity Charge||24.9876 cents per unit|
|Fees & charges||Price inc. GST|
|Account establishment fee||$ 42.75|
|Cheque dishonour fee||$ 2.55|
|Credit/debit card transaction fee - American Express||0.84 %|
|Credit card transaction fee - MasterCard||0.85 %|
|Debit card transaction fee - MasterCard||0.31 %|
|Credit card transaction fee - Visa||0.85 %|
|Debit card transaction fee - Visa||0.38 %|
|Direct debit dishonour fee||$ 2.55|
|Disconnection of overhead house/premises service fee following illegal re-connection||$ 194.00|
|Meter reprogram fee||$ 95.70|
|Meter reconfiguration fee - remote||$ 34.00|
|Meter testing fee (refunded if meter is faulty)||$ 336.15|
|Over the counter transaction fee||$ 2.10|
|Overdue account notice fee (GST doesn't apply)||$ 6.15|
|Paper based bill fee||$ 1.20|
|Reconnection fee||$ 31.10|
|Rejected payment/dishonour fee (payment made at Australia Post)||$ 29.00|
|Removal of a temporary supply fee||$ 469.15|
|Renewable Energy Buyback Scheme application fee (educational and non profit organisations only)||$ 21.00|
|Special meter reading fee||$ 33.00|
|Special meter reading fee - remote||$ 17.60|
|Subsidiary electricity meter rental fee. (Not available to customers on R1, R3, S1 or T1 tariffs)||$ 0.1597 per day|
|Meter upgrade fee||$ 95.70|
Connect today with a Charity Accommodation Plan® (D1) tariff
Apply in writingPlease download an application form and return this form, along with your supporting material, to:
Synergy Customer Service Centre
GPO Box K851
Perth WA 6842