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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Powershop offers limited-edition cheap green energy deal

Posted by June 2nd 2021

Powershop is offering customers a cheaper green energy deal for a limited time only, after a recent report from the provider revealed more Aussies are keen to support renewables. The revitalised GreenPower Powerpack, which is only …

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

Posted by June 21st 2021

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’ …

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Victorian electric vehicle owners to pay controversial road tax

Posted by June 1st 2021

From July 1, Victorian electric vehicle (EV) owners will be charged an additional tax for driving on main roads, expected to cost motorists $330 a year on average. The controversial new charge will require EV owners …

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QLD energy bills won’t be impacted by Callide Power Station outage

Posted by May 27th 2021

After a nervous period for Queenslanders in the wake of the Callide Power Station blackout, it’s been announced that energy bills won’t be affected, despite its impact on wholesale energy prices. Queenslanders were warned on Tuesday …

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Smart meters rolled out in parts of NSW to help boost solar savings

Posted by November 15th 2021

New South Wales electricity distributor Endeavour Energy is making electricity easier to manage for solar customers thanks to its latest smart meter program. In partnership with utility services company Intellihub as well as ten power retailers, …

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Power bills set to increase by more than $200 in the ACT

Posted by May 19th 2021

Households in the ACT are set to pay more for electricity, with daily supply charges increasing in the nation’s capital from the end of next month. The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has approved a price increase …