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Five Fast Ways to Save Money on Your Energy Bills By choosing energy efficient appliances and using a few energy saving strategies, you may be surprised how much more control you can have over your energy use and subsequent costs. Fortunately, there are many ways you can reduce the amount of energy you use in […]
Tip for Choosing the Most Energy Efficient Electric Heaters When you are trying to save energy on heating during cold weather, wearing extra layers indoors is common advice. However, this isn’t always comfortable or practical, so it helps to have an electric heater to help provide a bit more warmth when you need it most. […]
Average Electricity Bill in Sutherland Shire Average Electricity Cost per Household in the Sutherland Shire: Annual Electricity Usage Annual Electricity Usage Cost ($) Annual Supply Charge ($) Estimated Annual Electricity Cost ($) 6972 kWh $ 1921 $ 330 $ 2251 Electricity is essential for homes and businesses throughout the Sutherland Shire, but it doesn’t come […]
Common Causes of Power Outages Common Causes of Power Outages at Home and What to Do About Them Electricity is something that many of us take for granted until something goes wrong. We are so used to having power at all times that it can seriously disrupt your day if the power goes out. Here’s […]
How to Connect to the NBN in Sutherland Shire & St George The National Broadband Network (NBN) is coming to St George and the Shire! The goal of the NBN is to provide high-speed internet access to homes and businesses all across the country, including here in Greater Sydney. In the past, the NBN made […]
A safety switch is an essential component of ensuring your safety when using electronic devices. However, not all Australian homes have safety switches installed on the circuit breakers, potentially putting their families and homes at risk of electric shock, electrical fires and other complications.