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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Why now’s a good time to compare energy deals

Posted by June 10th 2021

There are few times more likely to see Aussies scrutinising their household bills than in June, when both tax returns and winter heating costs are looming. There’s another good reason to be particularly bill-conscious mid-year, …

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What is Natural Gas?

Posted by June 7th 2021

Natural gas is one of the leading sources of energy in Australia, yet not many of us know how it’s made or produced. But with a slow transition from coal-powered stations and the number of …

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Electric Bikes in Australia

Posted by June 28th 2021

It’s 8:30am, you’ve slept through four alarms and are now running late to work. Commuter traffic means a normally 20-minute bus ride will take double that, so your options are either be late or blitz …

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Solar Rebates in Queensland

Posted by November 15th 2021

Ah, the sunshine state. Solar just makes sense in sunny Queensland, but as you probably know, there’s one not-so-small barrier - and that’s financing. The good news is that for eligible households, there are routes …

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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 …

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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, …