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If your business uses less than $14,000 p.a.^ on electricity, tariff based plans are most likely your best option. There's a range to choose from to suit your operations.

There are also regulated tariffs for electricity and gas supply for larger businesses, but if you use $14,000 p.a.^ or more on electricity or $6,400 p.a.** or more on gas, consider a Synergy electricity or gas plan.

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Spend more than $1m p.a. on electricity? Find the right plan

Your business spends more than $6,400 p.a.**

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Business Plan (L1) tariff

A simple anytime tariff for small businesses

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Key features

  • 2 simple rates: One rate for first 1,650 units used per day and one lower rate thereafter
  • A fixed daily supply charge
  • Government regulated tariff
  • Energy type

    Electricity

  • Terms

    No fixed term

  • Rate type

    Variable

    Supply and usage rates vary with Government gazetted prices.
  • Usage options

    Anytime stepped

    Includes a rate for the first 1,650 units each day and a lower rate for any units used thereafter.
  • Eligibility

    Use less than 50,000 units p.a. (or less than $13,500 p.a.)

    Use less than 137 units per day. Low/medium voltage (240/415V) voltage connection. Business use only.

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Business Time of Use (R1) tariff

Lower rates for small businesses with off-peak use

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Key features

  • For smaller businesses using 35% + of energy between 10pm – 8am and all weekend
  • One fixed daily supply charge
  • Government regulated tariff
  • Energy type

    Electricity

  • Terms

    No fixed term

  • Rate type

    Variable

    Supply and usage rates vary with Government gazetted prices.
  • Usage options

    On/Off peak

    A reduced rate for Off peak; 10pm – 8am weekdays and all weekend. Excludes public holidays.
  • Eligibility

    Use less than 50,000 units p.a. (or less than $13,500 p.a.)

    Use less than 137 units per day. A compatible meter with low and high voltage connections is required. Business use only.

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Mid-West/South-West Non-residential Gas tariff

Regulated gas tariff for businesses with moderate to high gas use

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Key features

  • No fixed term
  • No special meter requirements
  • Government regulated tariff
  • Energy type

    Gas

  • Terms

    No fixed term

  • Rate type

    Variable

    Supply charges and energy rates vary with Government gazetted prices.
  • Usage options

    Anytime stepped

    Stepped rates include a rate for the first 100 units and a lower rate for any units used thereafter.

  • Eligibility

    Use more than 180GJ of gas p.a.

    180GJ is approximately $6,400 p.a. at the Government tariff rate.

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Home Business Plan (K1) tariff

Cost effective energy for your home business

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Key features

  • Benefit from part residential rates and keep your running costs down
  • Government regulated tariff
  • Energy type

    Electricity

  • Terms

    No fixed term

  • Rate type

    Variable

    Supply and usage rates vary with Government gazetted prices.
  • Usage options

    Anytime + anytime stepped

    The first 20 units each day are at the residential rate. Anytime stepped rates then apply with one rate for 20-1,650 units each day and a lower rate for any units used thereafter.
  • Eligibility

    Residential and business use supplied through a single meter

    The single meter must be connected at a low/medium voltage (240/415 volts).

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The products presented above are suggestions based on your businesses' annual spend. These are intended to help guide you, however, subject to the terms and conditions of each product, you can choose which product is right for you. 

^ Approximately 50,000 units electricity per year. 
** Approximately 180GJ gas per year. 
^^ You'll also need to complete the Charity Accommodation Plan (D1) / Community Service Plan (C1) and provide supporting evidence of eligibility to our Synergy Customer Service Centre.

For rates and information on all regulated electricity plans and tariffs, please refer to the Standard Electricity Prices and Charges

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