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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.


Megajoules (MJ): Gas usage and costs explained

Posted by September 9th 2020

If you have natural gas at your property, then you have probably noticed there are a lot of numbers on your bill followed by ‘MJ’. But what does that even mean? In this article, Canstar …


A guide to solar power in South Australia

Posted by September 29th 2020

A solar guide for South Australian households. Canstar Blue discusses solar prices, tariffs, rebates, storage batteries, buying tips and more.


VIC Solar: PV system costs, rebates, retailers & feed-in tariffs

Posted by September 29th 2020

The energy industry in Australia is rapidly evolving. While we’ve traditionally relied on large fossil fuel generators to meet our electricity needs, solar, storage and other renewable energy technologies are helping households take power back …


solar power in Queensland

A guide to solar power in Queensland

Posted by September 29th 2020

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 29th 2020

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


A guide to solar power in NSW

Posted by September 29th 2020

New South Wales solar costs, tariffs and benefits explained. Canstar Blue guides you through the NSW solar market.





Queensland Electricity Tariffs

Understanding Queensland Electricity Tariffs

Posted by September 29th 2020

Canstar Blue takes a look at what tariffs are available in Queensland. Find out how energy tariffs work and which tariffs could be the best bet for your home.