On the Residential Peak and Off-Peak product, everything in your home runs off one tariff (Tariff 93). On this product, you’ll have cheaper times to run your power and more expensive times (which is why we call it peak and off-peak!). 

The peak rate only runs during weekday mornings and evenings and the off-peak rate (the cheaper rate) runs the rest of the time, including all weekend! By taking advantage of the off-peak times and using less power in the peak times you could save money on your bill. 

If you've got solar, we recommend you partner it with this product so that any usage is offset by your solar generation (lights, power, heating, hot water).  The majority of the time you are generating energy through the solar system, will be during the day when the sun is out, which is off-peak. If you have a solar system and a battery, it's even better as it means you can save the power generated during off-peak (during the day) to use later during on-peak (during the night) which could help you manage your power costs even better!

Here’s a table of the charges and times for Residential Peak and Off-Peak product.

    Peak & Off-Peak (Tariff 93)

    Daily supply charges 105.131 ¢/day
    Peak 31.948 ¢/kWh
    Off-Peak 14.876 ¢/kWh
       
    Time Periods Tariff Rate
    Mon – Fri: 7am – 10am | 4pm – 9pm Peak
    Mon - Fri: 10am – 4pm | 9pm - 7am Off-Peak
    Sat – Sun: (all weekends) Off-Peak

    All times are stated in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).

    The fine print

    Some energy products listed may not be available depending on what has previously existed at the property.

    Please also note if work has been done at the premises without informing TasNetworks or Aurora Energy, this may impact which tariffs are applied.

    All prices include GST. 

    You can view the July 2018 electricity tariff brochure here

    Late Fees and Overdue interest

    If your account is not paid by the due date and you haven’t contacted us for a payment extension, a $5 late payment fee will be charged to your next account. You may also be charged overdue interest which is set by the Reserve Bank of Australia and reflects the 90-day Bank Accepted Bill rate (plus 6%).

    Concessions

    The Pensioner Rebate is funded by the State Government and provided by Aurora Energy to eligible Pensioners.  

    Additional Charges

    If a government, regulator or network distributor varies or introduces a fee, charge or tax, we may pass through all or part of this to you. The charges for network related services, as approved by the Australian Energy Regulator, may include our reasonable costs for arranging such services.

    Basic plan information

    For full price, terms and condition information, you can refer to the Aurora Energy Standing Offer Price Schedule or the Australian Government Energy Made Easy basic plan information document: