NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1st
Consumer group network One Big Switch estimates NSW households will face an average price rise of more than $200 a year in metropolitan Sydney.
While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. Estimates based on July 1 standing offers announced by Origin Energy and AGL only, suggest different household types will experience different levels of bill shock. For a young or retired couple living together, they can expect a 10 per cent or $136.23 average annual increase. In the case of a young family with a young child, prices could rise by 10.1 per cent or $158.16 on average.
The good news is, a Rheem Solar Water Heater can reduce the amount of energy your household consumes heating water by up to 85%^. The Rheem Solar range consists of roof or ground mounted solar water heaters, and heat pumps. Furthermore, our range qualifies for all Government Solar Incentives. So, why not give your local Rheem Solar Specialist a call, on 1300 786 747, to find out how much you could save? Or, fill in the 'Request a Quote' form and we'll contact you.
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^Energy reduction based on Australian Government Approved TRNSYS simulation modelling and apply when replacing an electric water heater with a Rheem solar water heater.