Clean Energy is a smart move for your business
Subscribing to Clean Energy could be a smart move for your business. Those consumers that prefer to deal with companies that do their bit for the environment would have one more reason to choose your business over your competitors.
Where does Clean Energy come from?
Clean Energy comes from renewable sources located all over regional Queensland, including the wind farm at Windy Hill near Ravenshoe, hydro stations at Koombooloomba and the Tinaroo Dam, and biomass plants at various sugar mills.
Your business may be eligible to display the GreenPower logo
Our Clean Energy product is fully accredited by GreenPower, the government program that sets accreditation and reporting standards for renewable energy products in Australia. If you subscribe to 10% or more Clean Energy, your business may also be entitled to use the GreenPower logo on company signage and marketing materials1. For more information go to greenpower.gov.au.
How many customers subscribe to Clean Energy?
Currently, we have over 62,0002 residential and business subscribers to Clean Energy. This saves about 60,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas from entering the atmosphere each year, which is equivalent to...
... taking 14,0004 cars
How much does Clean Energy cost?
As a business, you can subscribe to have between 2.5% - 100% of your electricity consumption purchased on your behalf from accredited renewable energy sources. Simply choose the subscription level that suits you best. Clean Energy costs just six cents per kilowatt-hour5 more than standard electricity.
|Clean Energy Pricing Structure||GST inclusive Notified Price|
All consumption - cents per kWh
(In addition to cents per kWh for business tariff)
Download our Business Clean Energy brochure (PDF 1.4 mb) for more information.
Subscribe to Clean Energy
Signing up to Clean Energy is easy and takes just a few minutes. You can cancel your subscription at any time without penalty.
1 In accordance with GreenPower logo usage guidelines
2 As at Sept 2012
3 One tree equals approximately 0.25 tonnes of CO2
4 One unleaded car equals approximately 4.2 tonnes of CO2
5 Clean Energy pricing may vary over time