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Brendon O'Neill

Brendon O'Neill Brendon O’Neill is a Canstar Blue journalist covering all aspects of the energy industry, from generation to legislation and everything in between. With a particular focus on energy retail, he’s passionate about helping Australian consumers better-navigate their energy options and find a better deal.


AGL Solar Review & Guide

Posted by September 26th 2019

AGL is a behemoth energy company and market leader in Australia’s rooftop solar industry. But does it have the best solar deal for you?


solar power in Queensland

A guide to solar power in Queensland

Posted by September 23rd 2019

What is the price of solar in Queensland and should you buy? Canstar Blue looks at what Queenslanders need to know about solar.




Solar feed-in tariffs Compared

A comparison of solar feed-in tariffs

Posted by September 23rd 2019

A guide to finding the best deal on solar. Canstar Blue compares feed-in tariffs from Australia’s leading energy retailers.


AGL vs Alinta Energy Comparison

AGL vs Alinta Energy: Electricity Cost Comparison

Posted by October 4th 2019

AGL is one of Australia’s oldest and largest electricity and natural gas retailers. Along with Origin Energy and EnergyAustralia, AGL is one of the ‘big three’ power companies across the country, with a combined market …


Natural Gas Prices in Victoria

Compare Natural Gas Prices in Victoria

Posted by October 9th 2019

Find the cheapest natural gas supplier in Victoria using Canstar Blue’s guide. We calculate gas retailer prices to show you how to save.


Compare Natural Gas Prices in NSW

Compare Natural Gas Prices in NSW

Posted by October 9th 2019

New South Wales has more than 1.3 million natural gas customers, and if you’re one of them, you’ve probably noticed that gas isn’t as cheap as it was just a few years ago. Finding a …


Canberra (ACT) Electricity Guide

Canberra (ACT) Electricity Guide

Posted by September 19th 2019

Canberra does things a little differently to other parts of Australia when it comes to power. For starters, electricity prices are regulated – which means the government determines exactly what you pay (fitting for a …