• Aussies prefer to be working than waiting

    One third of Australians would prefer to be at work than waiting at home for services such as wifi, utilities, and whitegoods to be installed, according to a new survey* commissioned by EnergyAustralia’s Home Services.

  • Port Adelaide Football Club visits Waterloo Wind Farm

    EnergyAustralia has proudly partnered with Port Adelaide Football Club to bring the Club’s Community Youth Program to some 500 school children in the Mid North region.

  • EnergyAustralia to pass on carbon savings for households - Media release

    Electricity and gas prices for EnergyAustralia residential and small business customers will fall after the Federal Senate today approved the carbon price repeal, Executive Manager – Corporate Affairs, Clare Savage said today.

  • Alert - New email scam

    EnergyAustralia customers should be aware of a new scam that involves emailing people fake electricity or gas bills. The email contains fake account and customer numbers but does not include the customer’s name.

  • Repeal vote delivers more uncertainty for consumers

    Repealing the carbon price quickly will provide certainty for business and households, EnergyAustralia Group Executive Manager Clare Savage said today.

  • Savings from removal of carbon price will be passed on to households if repealed

    EnergyAustralia has always been clear it will pass on the full savings to households if the carbon price is removed.

  • Waterloo Wind Farm Community Grants Announced

    EnergyAustralia, operators of the 111MW Waterloo wind farm, are pleased to announce the recipients for Round 1 of the 2014 Waterloo Wind Farm Community Fund.

  • Unit efficiency targeted during Yallourn's major outage

    A major outage of unit one at Yallourn Power Station is underway, with the work set to reduce carbon emissions from the plant and contribute millions of dollars to the local economy.

  • New email scam reported

    EnergyAustralia is warning householders of a new scam that involves emailing people fake electricity or gas bills.

  • EnergyAustralia helps Albert Park College light the way

    Albert Park College is one step closer to its goal of becoming the first carbon neutral state school in Australia, with the installation of a new solar panel system. With the help of EnergyAustralia, the school recently completed the first phase of this project with 10 of the planned 90 kilowatts being added over the school holiday. The system produces enough energy over a year to power the average home for two years.