Energy Providers in New South Wales

Business owner or resident in New South Wales and looking for ways to save on your energy bills? With Make It Cheaper we can help you to quickly compare plans and prices to find a better deal for your home or business energy needs.

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If you live in NSW, you’re entitled to switch providers and source a more competitive price and service.

Learn more about electricity deregulation in NSW.

Since 2018 most new and existing retail electricity customers cannot be charged exit fees for leaving their contract early, with some exemptions for contracts where a solar, battery or digital metre was installed, or if the contract includes a fixed tariff or fixed charge for energy for the term of the contract.

Learn more about NSW energy contract exit fees.

But forget about ringing around for quotes – at Make it Cheaper, we’ll compare your current plan with our network of energy suppliers to find you better electricity rates in NSW. It won't cost you a thing, but it could save up you a considerable annual sum on your electricity bills.

How Make It Cheaper Can Help Find a Cheaper NSW Energy Supplier

Whether you’re looking for the cheapest electricity provider in Sydney, better gas suppliers in Newcastle, or greener energy options in Wollongong, our team of savings experts will secure the right plan for your home or business and help you make the switch.

As one of Australia’s leading energy comparison services, we’re committed to finding you a cheaper electricity deal in NSW; that’s why we guarantee you’ll save when you switch with Make It Cheaper. It’s all about saving you time and money so you can get on with using the services you need, at the price you want.

Head to our contact us page to see how you can speak to one of our knowledgeable energy experts to begin making the switch to cheaper home or business energy in New South Wales today.

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