Glow Power Review & Guide
Glow Power is a new electricity provider operating in New South Wales and south east Queensland. Originating from Ireland, it claims to bring more than 50 years of energy industry experience down under. Coined as a ‘smart energy partner’, Glow Power states it’s all about keeping energy simple, with attentive service and meaningful products.
The retailer states it aims to provide solutions to minimise bill shock by being transparent with pricing and keeping rates low. But, can Glow Power actually save customers some money? That’s what we’re about to find out. We’ll review annual costs to see if this latest contender is a match for you. To compare Glow Power prices against a stack of other retailers, jump into our comparison tool below.
Glow Power Electricity Prices
We outline Glow Power electricity plans in each state below to give you an idea of what you can expect to pay. Here’s a quick summary, but remember to use our comparison tool above for an accurate comparison in your area.
Glow Power Prices NSW
Here are the Glow Power 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.
Glow Power Prices QLD
Here are the Glow Power 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.
Glow Power Energy Plans
Glow Power has just the sole market offer in NSW and QLD, named the ‘Glow Power Saver’. This plan has variable rates, no exit fees or lock-in contracts. In addition, Glow Power also offers a standard product which is in line with the default tariff pricing.
Glow Power Saver
The Everyday Saver is a variable rate plan with a monthly billing cycle which requires customers to sign up online and pay by direct debit. Bills and any correspondence must also be received by email.
Given that Glow Power is still in its infancy in Australia, account management and online tools still appear to be fairly basic. Customers can, however, create an account to pay bills online. The Glow Power website also has a frequently asked questions (FAQs) section where customers can browse a range of energy-related queries.
Glow Power Solar
Customers can expect a fairly average feed-in tariff in NSW and QLD, with no exclusive solar deals available to date. Here are the solar feed-in tariffs (FiTs) currently offered by Glow Power on the Everyday Saver plan:
- NSW: 7c/kWh
- QLD: 7c/kWh
Glow Power Business Energy
Mirroring its residential deal, Glow Power also offers the Saver plan to small business customers. Glow Power business electricity plans come with no exit fees or lock-in contracts, but it’s recommended to get in contact directly for an accurate quote based on specific energy needs.
Is Glow Power right for me?
Glow Power’s entrance to the retail energy market is a positive sign for those looking past some of the more established brands like Origin and AGL. It keeps things simple with decent rates and direct debiting. Just remember that Glow Power is not your only choice when it comes to energy providers, and it’s always a good idea to compare a variety of deals side-by-side.
About the author of this page
This page was written and is regularly updated by Canstar Blue’s Energy Specialist, Jared Mullane. He’s an expert in all things utilities, including electricity, gas and water, helping to make complicated subjects easier to understand for consumers. A trained journalist, Jared is usually one of the first to break energy-related news, whether it’s the latest changes in the industry, price movements, or the next best deal you need to know about.