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Break down your bill

1Your typical bill
2Your house
3Your house size
4People in your home
5Your location

How much was your last bill?

What type of home do you have?

How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you have?

How many people live in your home?

Where do you live?

What makes up your ${{result.LastEnergyBill}} bill

{{powerYouUse}} 45% is network costs to Western Power*
{{governmentPolicy}} 5% are government policy costs*
{{retailer}} 5% covers the retail cost to supply energy from us to you*
{{westernPower}} 45% covers the wholesale cost of energy in WA*

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I calculate my electricity usage?

When you receive a bill from us, you can find a summary of your energy consumption halfway down your bill. Here, you’ll also find the amount of energy you’ve consumed compared to your last bill as well as the year before if that data is available.

Learn more about understanding your bill.

How come my electric bill is so high?

Receiving a high electricity bill can be a shock. In most cases, if your electric bill is higher than usual, you may have been using more electricity without realising. For instance, a change in weather can affect our usage when we try to heat up or cool down our house. Other factors such as new appliances, house guests, and holidays where more people are at home can also contribute to a higher than usual electric bill.

Find out more on why your electric bill may be high.

What is my electricity bill breakdown?

There are a number of elements that make up your electricity bill including network costs to Western Power, government policy costs, retail costs to supply energy to you and your supply and usage costs.

Break down your bill with our electricity bill breakdown tool.