Kelseigh Wrigley

Kelseigh Wrigley Kelseigh Wrigley is an energy content producer at Canstar Blue, covering all things consumer related. As a qualified journalist, Kelseigh aims to light the way for everyday Aussies, helping them find a better deal on their energy plan. Whether it's value for money, new incentives, deals on gas or solar, Kelseigh is keen to help customers put money back in their pockets.

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Energy retail competition booming despite few customers switching

Posted by July 30th 2021

Competition in the energy retail market has boomed according to the regulator, despite few customers engaging and taking advantage of easing conditions. The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) found that fewer than 20 per cent of consumers …

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How to win a year of free electricity with Nectr

Posted by July 22nd 2021

Get those lucky socks ready folks as Nectr is flinging 12 chances to win a year’s worth of free electricity! Customers in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia who sign up online and submit an …

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What is bioenergy?

Posted by July 21st 2021

As the spotlight continues to shine on the benefits of renewable energy, so too does the different types of renewables on offer. While bioenergy is by no means a new source of power, it is …

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Telstra Energy: Say watt? Telco giant set to dial into energy

Posted by July 21st 2021

Telecommunications powerhouse Telstra is prepping for its launch into the energy retail market which could see it challenge major providers like AGL and Origin as it awaits approval by the regulators. In its detailed submission to …

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What are fossil fuels?

Posted by July 19th 2021

With all the recent hot topic debates around renewable energy, more and more attention is drawn to the production and uses of fossil fuels. Despite years of using and surrounding ourselves with fossil fuels it …

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Bills set to rise for Victorians paying default energy prices

Posted by July 16th 2021

Victorian customers still paying default electricity prices will be paying more for power after the state’s regulator announced a small price rise. The Victorian Default Offer (VDO) – the state’s regulated ‘fair price for energy’ – …

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OVO Energy offers big savings to electric vehicle drivers

Posted by July 13th 2021

Electric vehicle (EV) drivers could soon pocket up to $300 a year on energy bills thanks to OVO Energy’s new EV discount offer, OVO Drive. The retailer’s latest offering gives EV owners access to cheaper energy …

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What are the cheapest energy plans across Australia right now?

Posted by July 16th 2021

July 1 brings forth many things; the start of a new financial year, tax returns, savvy EOFY savings and… the energy reference price changing in New South Wales, south east Queensland and South Australia. So, what …