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Compare Electricity Prices Adelaide

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Find lower electricity prices in Adelaide

Use our free service to compare electricity prices from providers in Adelaide and start saving on your bills*.

*Compare & Connect does not compare all electricity and gas providers or plans Adelaide (or any market) . The availability of plans are subject to change from time to time. Not all plans that are made available from Compare & Connect providers are compared by Compare & Connect due to commercial arrangements, eligibility, availability or area . Not all electricity and gas plans compared by Compare & Connect are available to all customers due to the fact that some electricity and gas special offers and plans are only available via Compare & Connect’s website or contact centre . The electricity and gas plans available are only for properties that are located in eligible areas, states and postcodes . For more information on special offers available Adelaide (or any market) through Compare & Connect's contact centre, please contact Compare & Connect's customer service team.

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Electricity and Gas Suppliers Compared in Adelaide

Each energy provider in Adelaide can only operate in some regions, and therefore, the number of electricity providers that our electricity comparison service compares for you depends on where you live .

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  • Electricity and gas prices keep going up
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    Our electricity industry experts have done the complicated work of collecting and comparing each suppliers prices .

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To compare electricity suppliers process, you can click the button below, or you can speak with one of our Australian-based Energy experts, by calling 1300 685 001

Compare Electricity and Gas Plans with Us

Compare & Connect has teamed up with some of Australia’s leading electricity providers so it's easy for you to compare electricity prices that are available in Adelaide in one convenient place. We pride ourselves on being one of Australia's top platforms for for utility and energy comparison and connection.

  • Transparent and Trustworthy:
    We are proud to be a member of the Energy Comparator Code of Conduct (ECCC). We decided to voluntary join this code of conduct because we are dedicated to presenting information to you with accuracy and fairness.
  • Expert Consultants:
    Our team of experts knows the Adelaide energy market back to front. So, you can be confident that you've come to the right place to find the Energy plans and prices suited for your household’s needs.
  • Free Service:
    You can use our quality comparison and connection service for free! No costs and no catch. We don't mark up the prices on any of the plans that you will be offered. Instead, we will earn a commission from our electricity partners, at no extra cost to you.
  • Australian Owned:
    Our business began in Australia and continues to be based here, providing expert knowledge to help all top of consumers in Adelaide save on electricity prices .
  • Impartial
    Although we have corporate relationships with most of Australia's top electricity providers, we're impartial when presenting you with information, and have no allegiances to any specific provider.

Effortlessly Change Suppliers

You may think that changing electricity providers is going to be a hassle. It definitely won't be! It's super simple. We take care of it all for you! We will communicate with your current electricity provider to let them know you are leaving, plus we also sign you up with your new provider, so your transition will be as easy and seamless as can be.

It’s so easy! you can do it.

List of our active electricity providers in Adelaide

Our vision is to make available a broad range of energy providers in the one place, to provide our customers a wide range of options to choose from . We currently have successfully established relationships with these providers in Adelaide : Please note available by giving us a call.

providers Name Available via Website Available via Call Centre
ActewAGL Yes Yes
AGL Yes Yes
Alinta Energy Yes Yes
Blu NRG No Yes
Dodo Power and Gas Yes Yes
EnergyAustralia Yes Yes
Lumo Energy Yes Yes
Momentum Energy Yes Yes
Nectr No Yes
Origin Yes Yes
OVO Energy Yes Yes
Power Direct Yes Yes
Powershop No Yes
Red Energy Yes Yes
Simply Energy Yes Yes
Tango Energy Yes Yes

We're constantly striving to add more providers to this our list. We are very proud of our partnerships.

*Compare & Connect does not compare all plans in the market.

FAQ about switching electricity providers

This section contains frequently asked questions and answers about what happens once you've finished the comparison process and have made the decision that you want to switch electricity providers.

It's okay if you change your mind because your new electricity provider will allow you ten days of 'cooling-off' period, which means that you have ten days to change your mind and go back to your current energy provider.
Definitely not! The delivery of actual energy to your premises, via the pipes and wires, is done by your energy distributer (not by your energy retailer). This distributor continues to supply the electricity to your house after you change over to a different energy retailer. It's the retailer that issues your electricity bills, but they purchase the energy from the distributor at wholesale prices, then resell it to you. You can't purchase electricity directly from your distributor, you need to buy it from one of the retailers that resells their energy. You can be certain that there won't be any interruption to your electricity supply when you switch retailers,
All the 'paperwork' is processed quite quickly, often in less than 24 hours. But the switchover won't go ahead until after your current provider has sent you a final bill, and they'll only be able to do that after the next time they read your meter. Therefore, it depends on how long until your next meter reading. It could take as long as three months.
We'll sign you up with your new energy provider, and we also notify the current provider that you are changing to another retailer. The actual changeover to the new provider will not happen straight away, though, because the current provider will need to do a final meter reading. then issue you their final bill. The new provider only begins charging you from the date that the meter is read. the distributor who supplies the energy to your house will continue to be the same one as it was before the switch.
No. Our comparison and switching service is totally free to you. We will receive a commission from the new electricity provider.

Electricity Market Deregulation and Competition in Adelaide

Since the late 1990s the electricity market in Australia's Eastern and Southern states has been undergoing a deregulation process. The first stage of deregulation was the establishing of an intra-state electricity grid that enabled electricity that is generated in one state to be sold in a different state.

The next stage, which happened earlier in some states, was the splitting up of the state owned electricity monopolies into competing entities and then privatising them. In order to promote better competition the energy market was separated into two types of entities

Distributors look after the actual delivery of electricity to customers' premises . They own and manage the poles and powerlines, and don't engage directly with customers.

The electricity retailers do all the interacting with the customer. They sell the electricity and are responsible for billing. The states have between one and three distributors, and up to 30 retailers.

Adelaide's electricity market was fully deregulated in July 2013. This meant that consumers could, for the first time, change to whichever provider offered the cheapest electricity prices.

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  • SA Power Networks
    SA Power Networks distributes electricity in South Australia

Tips for how to use less electricity to save on your bills

Here is a list of easily implemented ways for reducing how much you spend on electricity

  • A cheap alternative to an electric blanket is a hot water bottle.
  • Turn appliances off at the power point when you're not using them.
  • Don't use the clothes dryer as frequently. Instead, dry clothes outside or use an indoor clothes rack.
  • Wear clothing that is appropriate for the weather, rather than turn on the heater, (warm socks, beanie, jumper, booties).
  • Reduce draughts. Minimise hot or cold air getting in or getting out through the gaps under doors and around your windows through the use of door snakes and gap seal tape.
  • Reduce the use of lights through the use of as much natural light as possible. Turn the lights off if there's no none in the room.
  • Close doors to areas of your home that aren't in use, so that you only cool or heat a smaller space.
  • Prevent the hot sun over-heating your home by closing the curtains and blinds in the rooms that the hot sun shines directly into.
  • Reduce the use of air conditioning by opening the windows during the night to allow the house cool down, and then shutting them each morning thus keeping hot air out.