GEE Energy Review & Rates

GEE Energy is one of the latest entrants into the Australian retail electricity market. Formerly trading as Anaya Enterprises and then Green Energy Experts, GEE Energy started its ventures in the commercial solar sector. The retailer has since made the jump to residential solar and now electricity in New South Wales and south-east Queensland. 

Proudly independent and owned and operated in Australia, GEE Energy claims to offer reliable and cheap electricity rates, as well as great solar feed-in tariffs for households and businesses. With a ‘customer-first’ philosophy when it comes to retailing power, GEE Energy aims to pass savings on to consumers, but is this truly the case? Canstar Blue takes a look into how its plans work to see if GEE Energy is the right provider for you.

GEE Energy Prices

Here are the estimated costs for GEE Energy in New South Wales and Queensland. For a specific quote based on your location and circumstances, it’s best to use our comparison tool. 

GEE Energy Prices NSW – TBC

Here are GEE Energy’s plans on our database for NSW. These costs are based on the Ausgrid network in Sydney but prices may vary depending on your circumstances. This comparison assumes general energy usage of 3900kWh/year for a residential customer on a single rate tariff. Please use our comparison tool for a specific comparison in your area. Our database may not cover all deals in your area. As always, check all details of any plan directly with the retailer before making a purchase decision.

GEE Energy Price QLD – TBC

Here are the GEE Energy’s plans on our database for SE QLD. These costs are based on the Energex network in Brisbane but prices may vary depending on your circumstances. This comparison assumes general energy usage of 4600kWh/year for a residential customer on a single rate tariff. Please use our comparison tool for a specific comparison in your area. Our database may not cover all deals in your area. As always, check all details of any plan directly with the retailer before making a purchase decision.

GEE Energy Plans

GEE Energy has launched in NSW and QLD, with four market offers for customers to choose from, Saver, Flexi, Basic and Sun Saver.

Saver

Saver is the retailer’s flagship offer, coming with variable rates on a no contract term. This plan comes with no exit fees or lock-in contracts and monthly billing is available. Bill-payers can also score themselves a $50 sign-up credit on this offer when signing up online. 

Flexi

This is a variable rate offer with no exit fees or lock in contracts. It comes with flexible billing options and a decent solar feed-in tariff. This plan offers an ongoing contract and comes with a $50 online sign-up credit. 

Basic

The rates on the Basic offer are in line with the Reference Price relevant in each state. This plan features variable rates on an ongoing contract term. There are no exit fees or lock-in contracts for this offer. A $50 online sign-up credit is also available to new customers. 

Sun Saver

This is GEE Energy’s solar offer with a premium feed-in tariff for customers with solar panels. Sun Saver offers variable rates as well as a higher feed-in tariff for the first 10 kilowatt hours (kWh) per day. There are no exit fees on this offer and the contract is ongoing. Customers can also earn a $50 bill credit for signing up online. 

GEE Energy Electricity Prices

To offer an idea of how GEE Energy compares on price to other electricity retailers, Canstar Blue regularly assesses electricity plans to show what households can expect to pay. We’ve calculated estimated annual bills in each state for households signed up to each GEE Energy product.

GEE Energy Electricity Prices NSW

In the table below, we show GEE Energy prices on the Ausgrid network in Sydney. Plans are listed from the lowest priced estimate first. See here for information on the AER Reference Price, which in this comparison assumes general energy usage of 3900kWh/year, meaning the Reference Price is $1,393/year for a residential customer on a single rate tariff. Use our comparison tool for a specific comparison in your area.

Electricity Plan Difference from Reference Price^ Conditional Discounts Price Estimate*
Saver TBC TBC TBC
Flexi TBC TBC TBC
Basic TBC TBC TBC
Sun Saver TBC TBC TBC
Basic Plan Information Documents

*Price assumes general energy usage of 3900kWh/year for a residential customer on a single rate tariff. Estimated price includes any conditions discounts that may be available. Pricing based on Ausgrid network in Sydney, but prices differ between distribution areas. May 2022.

See how GEE Energy compares to other providers in NSW with our price comparison report.

GEE Energy Electricity Prices QLD

In the table below, we show GEE Energy prices on the Energex network in Brisbane. Plans are listed from the lowest priced estimate first. See here for information on the AER Reference Price, which in this comparison assumes general energy usage of 4600kWh/year, meaning the Reference Price is $1,455/year for a residential customer on a single rate tariff. Use our comparison tool for a specific comparison in your area.

Electricity Plan Difference from Reference Price^ Conditional Discounts Price Estimate*
Saver TBC TBC TBC
Flexi TBC TBC TBC
Basic TBC TBC TBC
Sun Saver TBC TBC TBC
Basic Plan Information Documents

*Price assumes general energy usage of 4600kWh/year for a residential customer on a single rate tariff. Estimated price includes any conditions discounts that may be available. Pricing based on Energex network in Brisbane, but prices differ between distribution areas. May 2022.

How does GEE Energy compare to other retailers in Queensland? See our QLD price comparison page.

GEE Energy Solar – TBC

Coming into the residential energy space as an established solar installer, GEE Energy has a lot to offer households when it comes to solar power, whether that be through a decent feed-in tariff or a home solar package. 

Customers with solar panels can stand to earn a decent return on their solar exports with GEE Energy through its plan – Sun Saver. This plan awards households with rooftop solar with a higher feed-in tariff for the first 10 kWh/day and is available to both NSW and QLD residents. 

Bill-payers on GEE Energy’s other market offers will earn a modest solar feed-in tariff of 5c/kWh in NSW and QLD. 

As for home solar packages, GEE Energy is a Clean Energy Council accredited solar retailer and installer, and offers installation packages to residential properties. GEE Energy claims to offer tier one quality panels and inverters, using brands such as Jinko Solar, Trina Solar, Canadian Solar, Fronius, Goodwe and SMA. 

GEE Energy also offers a variety of payment options, including BYO finance, for households interested in installing solar.

GEE Energy Payment and Billing Options

There are a few different ways customers can pay their energy bill with GEE Energy:

  • Direct debit
  • Credit card
  • Cheque 
  • Over the counter at Australia Post

GEE Energy claims to offer flexible billing options, with monthly billing available. Customers can also choose to opt into bill-smoothing with GEE Energy if they wish. This means that the bill-payers with a traditional dial meter can elect a monthly amount to pay to help manage costs. Once their quarterly reading comes through, they can cover the difference or remaining amount with an additional one-off payment. 

It is important to note that some of the payment options above, namely credit card and cheque payments, may incur an additional fee or charge. For more information, it is best to head to the GEE Energy website. 

Is GEE Energy right for me?

Although it is fairly new to the market, GEE Energy appears to offer a few decent energy deals to customers in NSW and QLD, particularly to those who have solar panels installed at their property. 

But, if you are thinking of signing up to GEE Energy, it is probably best to consider whether variable rates and monthly billing options are best suited to your household size and energy usage.  While managing your payments through bill smoothing can help to spread your costs throughout the year, it could mean that you are left paying more for power at certain points of the year, especially if you have a particularly high usage quarter. That being said, it could also mean you have lower bills at other times of the year. 

It’s also worth taking your preferred payment method into account when researching this retailer, as some options may incur more fees than others. 

Want to learn more about GEE Energy? See how it stacks up to other providers in your area by visiting our tool below. You can compare a range of providers against each other on factors such as price, customer satisfaction and much more. Plus, it’s completely free to use. Just chuck in your postcode and get started.

About the author of this page

This page was written by Canstar Blue’s energy content producer, Kelseigh Wrigley. 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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