Synergy Large Business tariff
Suitable for moderate to high energy users connected at high voltage
Previously known as the M1 regulated tariff
- For moderate to high users of anytime energy connected to the network at high voltage
- 2 simple consumption rates: One for the first 1650 units per day and a lower rate for all units over 1650 units plus a fixed charge
- No fixed term
Effective 1 July 2019. 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.
Eligible business customers will have electricity supplied at a high voltage (e.g. 6.6kV, 11kV, 22kV or 33kV). The premises must also use 50,000 units or more per annum, or 137 units or more on average per day. Businesses must own all equipment, except the metering equipment on the load side of your high voltage terminals. This means you provide the high voltage main switch and transformers.
Organisations that may be eligible for the Large Business tariff are:
- Government departments
- Port authorities
- Heavy machinery producers
- Mining companies
|Item||Price inc. GST|
|Supply charge||61.4942 cents per day|
|Electricity charge - first 1650 units per day||39.039 cents per unit|
|Electricity charge - more than 1,650 units per day||35.0616 cents per unit|
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|Fees & charges||Price inc. GST|
|Account establishment fee||$ 33.80|
|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 testing fee (refunded if meter is faulty)||$ 336.15|
|Over the counter transaction fee||$ 2.10|
|Overdue account notice fee (GST doesn't apply)||$ 5.30|
|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||$ 323.92|
|Renewable Energy Buyback Scheme application fee (educational and non profit organisations only)||$ 21.50|
|Special meter reading fee||$ 19.65|
|Subsidiary electricity meter rental fee. (Not available to customers on R1, R3, S1 or T1 tariffs)||$ 0.1597 per day|
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If you'd prefer to pick up the phone - call us on 13 13 54 (7am - 7pm Monday to Friday) and we'll connect you to one of our experts below.
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