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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.


Electricity Costs per kWh

Average Electricity Costs per kWh

Posted by June 15th 2020

Canstar Blue has calculated and compared the average kWh price of electricity in NSW, QLD, VIC and SA. See how your state compares.




Carbon Neutral Energy: What is it and who offers it?

Posted by May 22nd 2020

Aussies are becoming increasingly environmentally conscious, leading many of us to look for simple ways to reduce our carbon footprint. A number of electricity retailers have stepped up to the plate to offer ‘carbon neutral’ …



Winter Heating Costs Explained

Winter Heating Costs Explained

Posted by May 8th 2020

As the mercury falls and Aussies begin to dust off their heaters, it’s time to think ahead about your winter energy bill. To help customers better understand their electricity and gas usage for this coming …


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Solar batteries available in Australia

Posted by April 15th 2020

Canstar Blue takes a look at what solar power battery storage units are available in Australia, including Tesla, Redflow, Fronius and more.


Canberra (ACT) Electricity Guide

Canberra (ACT) Electricity Guide

Posted by July 2nd 2020

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 …


Energy Plans for Seniors & Pensioners Compared

Energy Plans for Seniors & Pensioners

Posted by February 19th 2020

As a senior or pensioner, you may be entitled to specific energy deals that can help keep costs down. Consider providers, plans and deals at Canstar Blue.


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How to read your power bills

Posted by April 29th 2020

After receiving an electricity bill, most of us simply look at what we owe and begrudgingly pay up. But there’s plenty of useful information on your bill that can help you save, so it’s worth …