100% carbon neutral electricity in your home and it won’t cost an extra cent.

Exclusive to EnergyAustralia customers. Join us in a change for a better future.

Would you like to do your bit for the environment? Now we’ve made it easy for you to make a real difference.

To offset the carbon emissions associated with your household electricity you would have to plant around 25 trees each year.* Or you can take a few minutes now to go carbon neutral with EnergyAustralia. 

Here's how it works

EnergyAustralia helps you to make your electricity at home carbon neutral by purchasing carbon offset units from a range of Australian and international offset projects which can include:

  • renewable energy projects in developing countries
  • land management
  • tree planting in Australia and more
  • It's simple, effective and certified

EnergyAustralia’s carbon neutral program has been certified against the Australian Government’s National Carbon Offset Standard to provide carbon neutral electricity. To offset the amount of carbon released into the atmosphere we buy carbon offset units from a range of projects across the globe and right here in Australia. 

National Carbon Offset Standard

It's easy to go carbon neutral

All you have to do is complete your details in the form. It only takes a few minutes and one click. It’s a simple change, but an important one for all of us. Will you go Carbon neutral? Watch the video now on what it means to opt-in.

What it means to opt-in

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    What it means to opt-in

    The EnergyAustralia Go carbon neutral program is available to existing residential customers now. New residential customers who sign up after 24 November 2016 will need to wait until they have been with EnergyAustralia for six months to be eligible. The program will run until 31 December 2018 when we will assess how effective it’s been and advise customers of what more we can do in the second stage of the program.

    *This is an indicative estimate of the number of trees needed to offset one year of emissions from an average residential household’s electricity use. For more information about this estimate see the carbon neutral frequently asked questions.

    The following terms and conditions apply to the EnergyAustralia Go Neutral option:

    • The Go Neutral option is only available to residential electricity accounts on an EnergyAustralia electricity plan (“Eligible Accounts”). 

    • Go Neutral is a separate option and does not form part of your electricity plan terms and conditions.

    • There is no charge to you for opting into the Go Neutral offer.

    • Once you opt-in to Go Neutral, we will offset the carbon emissions from your electricity consumption under your electricity plan on your Eligible Account: 

      • on and from the date you opt-in, if you were an existing EnergyAustralia customer as at 24 November 2016; or

      • on the 6 month anniversary of the date you joined EnergyAustralia, for customers who sign up to a new eligible EnergyAustralia electricity plan on and from 24 November 2016.

    • The Go Neutral option will end and be removed from customers’ accounts at 11:59pm AEDST on 31 December 2018 (unless EnergyAustralia extends it by notice published on our website).

    • If you move premises or your EnergyAustralia account number changes due to other changes made on your account, the Go Neutral option on your account will be cancelled and you will need to re-join. 

    • We will send you information about Go Neutral by email.

    • You can opt out of Go Neutral at any time by contacting us and your account will cease being carbon neutral from that day.

    • We may vary the terms of the Go Neutral option by posting updated Terms and Conditions on our website. We will give reasonable notice of any changes that have a detrimental effect on customers who have already signed up to Go Neutral.

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    What information do I need to register for My Account?

    To register for My Account, you'll need your Account Number (which can be found on your EnergyAustralia bill), an email address and some ID handy, like a Driver's Licence or Medicare Card, so that we can verify your identity.

    You will also be asked to set up a password for your My Account.

    You can register now at My Account.

    How is the bill estimate calculated?

    We use data collected from a sample of our customers, across all states in which we operate, and who have been with us for at least 9 months. We have calculated the total energy costs  of similar households from the hundreds of thousands of customers sampled and divided that sum by the total number of customers. Using that as a base we have calculated the approximate energy costs for similar households for each month/quarter.

    We then apply the rates for your zone, service charges, and any discounts which come with the plan you select. All these can differ from area to area, state to state, and in some cases even from winter to summer.

    The simple part is that we do all the calculating. Our aim is to provide you with an indication of what customers of similar households living in your area could expect to pay on average per month/per quarter. It should not be used as an official quote. The amount you actually pay will be based on your individual energy usage.