Costs

Switching to GreenPower is the easiest way to reduce your household emissions, and it doesn’t have to cost you the earth. The price of purchasing the equivalent amount of your home’s energy usage as GreenPower is less than the price of three cups of coffee a week.

GreenPower costs between 5.5 and 8 cents per kWh. Depending on how your provider calculates your GreenPower and how much electricity you use, you can pay from as little as $1 per week for 10-25% GreenPower.

The outlay for 100% GreenPower in an average Australian household, which consumes around 15-18 kWh each day, is roughly 80 cents to $1.50 per day. This option can shrink your household’s total emissions by half, significantly reducing your impact on the environment. Also, in many cases you can offset your GreenPower costs through energy efficiency measures. Find out how.

You do not have to change your current electricity provider to take up GreenPower, but there may be a fee involved with leaving your current provider, so read the fine print. 

For more information on how to switch, click here

See the benefits of taking up GreenPower.

See a map of who and where our generators are, click here  

Note: Some GreenPower products are calculated based on the average Australian household’s electricity consumption. Check with your electricity retailer to confirm the amount of electricity in kWh you are offsetting with GreenPower.

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