Clean Energy Program
Subscribing to Clean Energy is not just good for the environment - it could also be good for your business.
Your subscription could help give you credibility with environmentally conscious customers.
What is the Clean Energy program?
When you subscribe to Clean Energy, you pay an extra amount on your bills which enables us to us to purchase more renewable energy certificates from renewable energy generators.
How much does Clean Energy cost?
As a business, you can subscribe to have between 2.5% - 100% of your electricity purchased as renewable energy certificates from renewable energy generators. Simply choose the subscription level that suits you best.
From 1 August 2016, Clean Energy costs just 8.6 cents per kilowatt-hour 1 more than your current business tariff.
1 Clean Energy pricing is subject to change.
How do I subscribe to Clean Energy?
Subscribe to Business Clean Energy now and help us further expand our support of the renewable energy industry. It only takes a few minutes, and you can cancel any time without penalty.
Where does Clean Energy come from?
Clean Energy is drawn from three renewable energy sources – wind, hydro and biomass. Each source produces zero net greenhouse gas emissions, which is great for reducing your impact on the environment.
We purchase renewable energy from sources located all over regional Queensland, including wind farms at Mount Emerald and Thursday Island, hydro stations at Paradise Dam and Tinaroo Dam, and biomass plants at a number of sugar mills.
Ergon Energy is the largest purchaser of renewable energy generated in Queensland through Power Purchase Agreements with sugar mills and other renewable energy generators.
How can I tell my customers about my subscription?
Clean Energy 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 be entitled to use the GreenPower logo on company signage and marketing materials, to promote your commitment to the environment.
For more information visit the GreenPower website.