Energy Contracts Expiring 31st December? Act Now to Avoid a Pricing Surge

The end of year is a peak time for renegotiating energy contracts, with over 40% of commercial customers tied to agreements with a contract-end date of 31st December.

Wholesale energy prices have started to creep up in recent months with floods at the Yallourn Power Station in VIC, a planned upgrade at NSW’s Bayswater plant and the explosion at Queensland’s Callide power station all affecting generation capacity and risking supply – and a potential pricing surge – over the peak summer season.

If your business energy contract is set to expire soon, get in touch, and let our energy partners at MiC Energy Brokers help. They have 10 years’ experience of securing competitive energy rates and work with a panel of energy retailers, making it easy for you to shop around. When reviewing your energy charges, they’ll also review your network tariff, so you can be confident that you’re not overpaying for the poles and wires component of your bill and know that you’re on a great deal.

Send your electricity bills to [email protected] to navigate the complex energy market with ease and enjoy a great energy deal for 2022 and beyond – we can also offer some good options for 2023 onwards, giving our members some serious consideration to fix a price earlier.

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