Ergon Energy - Small Business Tariffs

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5/20/2014 Ergon Energy - Small business tariffs https://www.ergon.com.au/your-business/electricity-prices/small-business-tariffs 1/4 Your Home Your Business Outages & Disruptions Contractors & Suppliers Careers Network Energy Conservation About Us Ski p to Mai n Content Home Contact Us Si te Map Text: Log in for Jobs and Careers Search Your Business Related Links About the electricity industry Network tarif f strategy consultation Saf ety at work Find out about Full Retail Competition Payment options You are here: Your Business > Electricity tarif f s & prices > Small business tariffs Electricity tariffs & prices Accounts & billing Save on your bill Connections Safety at work Access to meters Risk management Renewable energy Electricity industry Small business tariffs Large business tariffs Rural tariffs Other tariffs Drought relief Small business tariffs On this page: Tariff 20 General Supply Tariff 21 General Supply (Transitional) Tariff 22 General Supply Time of Use Tariff 22 (Small and Large) General Supply Time of Use (Transitional) Tariff 31 Night Rate (Super Economy) Tariff 33 Controlled Supply (Economy) Tariff 37 Heating (Obsolescent) Tariff 41 Demand Low Voltage Frequently asked questions These tariffs cannot be accessed by large business customers (electricity usage greater than 100MWh per year). Tariff 20 General Supply This tariff may be used for all types of electricity usage. It is the most appropriate tariff for small businesses with predominantly daytime electricity requirements. TARIFF 20 GENERAL SUPPLY PRICING STRUCTURE GST INCLUSIVENOTIFIED PRICE All consumption - cents per kWh 25.540 Daily supply charge (service fee) - cents per day 143.177 Tariff 21 General Supply (Transitional) This tariff is available for a period of no more than seven years from 1 July 2013. This tariff cannot be used in conjunction with Tariff 20, 22 or 62. TARIFF 21 GENERAL SUPPLY (TRANSITIONAL) PRICING STRUCTURE GST INCLUSIVENOTIFIED PRICE First 100 kWh per month - cents per kWh 41.818 Next 9,900 kWh per month - cents per kWh 39.291 Remaining kWh per month - cents per kWh 29.911 Minimum charge per day - cents per day 61.538 Tariff 22 General Supply Time of Use This tariff may be suitable for customers with a good deal of night and weekend electricity usage. Electricity is charged at a higher rate during the specified peak period and less during the specified off-peak period. TARIFF 22 GENERAL SUPPLY TIMEOF USEPRICING STRUCTURE GST INCLUSIVENOTIFIED PRICE 5/20/2014 Ergon Energy - Small business tariffs https://www.ergon.com.au/your-business/electricity-prices/small-business-tariffs 2/4 Weekdays (7am-9pm) - cents per kWh 28.046 Other times - cents per kWh 20.535 Daily supply charge (service fee) - cents per day 143.177 Tariff 22 (Small and Large) General Supply Time of Use (Transitional) This tariff is available for a period of no more than seven years from 1 July 2013. This tariff may be suitable for customers with a good deal of night and weekend electricity usage. Electricity is charged at a higher rate during the specified peak period and less during the specified off-peak period. TARIFF 22 (SMALL AND LARGE) GENERAL SUPPLY TIMEOF USE(TRANSITIONAL) GST INCLUSIVE NOTIFIED PRICE Weekdays (7am-9pm) - cents per kWh 40.902 Other times - cents per kWh 14.403 Daily supply charge (service fee) - cents per day 151.652 Tariff 31 Night Rate (Super Economy) Tariff 31 can be used to connect suitably sized electric storage hot water systems that only need to reheat at night to meet household needs during the day. This tariff can be used in conjunction with all other residential tariffs at the same National Metering Identifier (NMI) address. It is not available for supply to the entire household or business. Tariff 31 is the cheapest economy tariff available and does not carry a service fee, so you’ll only pay for what you use. Electricity supply is available for a minimum of eight hours each day, generally between 10pm and 7am. Our guide on hot water tank sizes can help you determine the minimum tank size required for connecting your hot water system to Tariff 31. TARIFF 31 NIGHT RATE(SUPER ECONOMY) PRICING STRUCTURE GST INCLUSIVENOTIFIED PRICE All consumption - cents per kWh 13.607 Tariff 33 Controlled Supply (Economy) Tariff 33 can be used to connect suitably sized electric storage, solar and heat pump hot water systems. It can also be used to supply pool pumps and other appliances that do not require electricity all day. This tariff can be used in conjunction with all other residential tariffs at the same National Metering Identifier (NMI) address. It is not available for supply to the entire household or business. Tariff 33 does not include a service fee, so you’ll only pay for what you use. Electricity supply is available for a minimum of 18 hours each day, usually when demand on the electricity network is low. Our guide on hot water tank sizes can help you determine the minimum tank size required for connecting your hot water system to Tariff 33. TARIFF 33 CONTROLLED SUPPLY (ECONOMY) PRICING STRUCTURE GST INCLUSIVENOTIFIED PRICE All consumption - cents per kWh 19.857 Tariff 37 Heating (Obsolescent) This tariff is available for a period of no more than seven years from 1 July 2013. This tariff is not available to new customers. This tariff is for electric water heaters, 5/20/2014 Ergon Energy - Small business tariffs https://www.ergon.com.au/your-business/electricity-prices/small-business-tariffs 3/4 production of steam and other permanently connected heating loads of 4kW or more. Supplementary load that is permanently connected as an integral part of the installation may be supplied under this tariff provided that the aggregated rating does not exceed 10% of the heating load. TARIFF 37 HEATING (OBSOLESCENT) GST INCLUSIVENOTIFIED PRICE From 4.30pm to 10.30pm - cents per kWh 44.780 Other times - cents per kWh 17.904 Minimum charge per day - cents per day 25.141 Tariff 41 Demand Low Voltage This tariff has a charge for the total amount of electricity used (kWh), plus a demand charge (kW), for the relevant billing period. The demand is a measure of the maximum amount of electricity used at any one time. This tariff cannot be used in conjunction with any other tariffs. TARIFF 41 DEMAND LOW VOLTAGE GST INCLUSIVENOTIFIED PRICE All consumption - cents per kWh 12.383 Demand charge - per kW of chargeable demand per month - dollars $25.583 Daily supply charge (service fee) - cents per day 883.823 Frequently asked questions How are our electricity charges calculated? Your electricity charges are based upon the notified prices stipulated in the Tariff Schedule. All tariffs, other than transitional and obsolescent tariffs, are set by the QCA. Transitional and obsolescent tariffs are set by the Minister for Energy and Water Supply. What is a daily supply charge? The daily supply charge, also called a service fee, is a fixed amount charged to cover the costs of maintaining electricity supply to a premises, including the costs associated with electricity meter reading, the provision of equipment and general administration. Do Ergon Energy customers receive an electricity subsidy from the Queensland Government? Ergon Energy receives a Community Service Obligation payment from the Queensland Government to ensure electricity is affordable for regional Queenslanders. What is a Time of Use tariff? Time of Use tariffs allow customers some flexibility to choose when they use electricity. Electricity consumed in the Low Rate period will be cheaper than electricity consumed in the High Rate period. When choosing a Time of Use tariff, customers need to consider the time and application of power usage in order to achieve the lowest cost option. What is a Demand tariff? Demand tariffs have a charge for the total amount of electricity used (kWh), plus a demand charge (kW), for the relevant billing period. The demand is a measure of the maximum amount of electricity used at any one time, in that billing period. 5/20/2014 Ergon Energy - Small business tariffs https://www.ergon.com.au/your-business/electricity-prices/small-business-tariffs 4/4 Copyri ght © Ergon Energy 2014 Ri ght to Informati on Di scl ai mer Pri vacy & Securi ty Statement Back to top How is the load factor calculated? Load Factor is a ratio of the total energy used (kWh) for any given period of time, to your business's Maximum Demand (MD). Load Factor % = kWh used i n bi l l i ng peri od X 100 MD (kW) X 24 hours X days stated on your account Call us if you need help in calculating your Load Factor. 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