Discover how peak, shoulder and off-peak work, as well as shifting the time you use electrical appliances.
More electricity customers are now able to consider new flexible pricing offers. You don’t have to switch to flexible pricing – the choice is yours – you can stay on your current rate.
Use this easy online tool to see the effect the new flexible pricing rates have on the typical Victorian’s energy costs, and try shifting the time appliances are used to save money.
With My Power Planner you can compare your current electricity rate against other electricity offers, including the new flexible pricing options. Please note: you will need to input information from a recent electricity bill to use this tool.
Tips to consider when thinking about flexible pricing.
Discover the answers to the questions you may have about flexible pricing.
Flexible pricing information specific to small businesses.
Information regarding the effect flexible pricing will have on concession holders and the rates they currently pay.
Findings of the Victorian Government commissioned Customer Impact Studies.
Those customers already on a dual tariff rate with a dedicated appliance or time of use plan need to carefully compare their current plan with the new flexible pricing options before deciding which tariff is best for them.
Get an understanding of how flexible pricing will work with solar power.