What are network charges?

Modified on Mon, 20 May 2024 at 02:29 PM

Network charges are a pass-through cost from the distributor for the physical supply of the electricity to your property. While these charges are non-negotiable, they vary depending on your electricity consumption over a 12-month period, determining the bracket into which your business falls. 

For smaller energy accounts, such as SMEs and residential (RESI) accounts, these charges may have been bundled in, and you may not have directly observed them. 

We conduct a comprehensive network tariff review every 12 months to ensure you're on the correct and most cost-effective tariff throughout your contract's duration. This proactive approach helps optimise your expenses and ensures you're not paying more than necessary. 

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