South Australia Business Electricity pricing

Below prices are effective as of 1 July 2019. 

Business Electricity Standing Tariff

 
Electricity Rates - 126 & 126M
General Usage Charges incl GST
First 27.3973 kWh/day (c/kWh) 43.780
Thereafter (c/kWh) 43.780
Daily Supply Charge (c/day) 99.550
Off Peak Controlled Load Rates^  
All usage (c/kWh) 22.495
 
Electricity Rates - 126 & 126M  
Demand Consumption Charges incl GST
Anytime Usage (c/kWh) 35.552
Supply Charge (c/day) 154.550
Capacity Demand Charge Summer (4pm-9pm)(c/kVA/day) 39.809
Capacity Demand All Year Shoulder (12pm-4pm)(c/kVA/day) 19.767
Notes: Summer rates apply 1 November - 31 March inclusive. All year shoulder rates apply 1 July - 31 June inclusive.
 
Electricity Rates - 128 & 128M  
General Usage Charges incl GST
For all consumption (c/kWh) 55.935
Daily Supply Charge (c/day) 99.550
OFF PEAK - 9pm to 7 am weekdays and all weekend ACST  
For all consumption (c/kWh) 33.396
Off Peak Controlled Load Rates  
All usage (c/kWh) 22.495

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Solar Feed-In Tariff Options
Rate Plan Price (exc. GST)
Distributor Feed-in Tariff for solar (DFiT) pre 30 Sep 2011 (cents per kW exported) 44.00 
Alinta Energy Retailer Feed-in Tariff applies to all schemes pre and post 30 Sep 2011 (cents per kW exported) 9.5


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Variations in tariffs and other charges

Our standing Tariffs are varied from time to time in accordance with the procedures in the National Energy Retail Law and are published on our website. If we change our standing Tariffs, we will give you notice of any variations as soon as practicable and in any event no later than your next bill or in accordance with any applicable laws and codes.

We may impose an additional charge if there is, or we fairly and reasonably expect there will be, an increase in any of our environmental, standing, metering, network and regulatory costs, if that cost increase is specifically or otherwise attributable to you or to the energy we sell you. The amount of the additional charge will be no more than what is required to recover such an increase in costs. There will be no additional charge to the extent that we recover a cost increase through variations in our tariffs.

Definitions
Daily supply charge: a charge that applies for supplying electricity and gas to your premises for each day of the billing period, regardless of how much electricity and gas you use.
kWh: 'kWh' stands for kilowatt hour and is the unit of measurement for your electricity account.
MJ: 'MJ' stands for megajoule and is the unit of measurement for your gas bill.

Daily usage is the total electricity usage for the period to which an account relates, divided by the number of days in that period.
*Alinta Energy Residential Electricity Rates apply to all usage unless Off Peak Controlled Load Rates apply.
^Off Peak Controlled Load Rates apply for electricity used in permanently installed storage water heaters with a rated delivery of not less than 125 litres, storage space heaters and other approved thermal storage applications during hours which are fixed from time to time with control by a time switch or other means.
1Gas supply is available in the Adelaide Metro area and excludes the following postcodes: 5131, 5132, 5133, 5134, 5136, 5137, 5138, 5139, 5140, 5150, 5152, 5153, 5154, 5155, 5156, 5171, 5172, 5174, 5201, 5231, 5232, 5234, 5240, 5241, 5244, 5422, 5501

In accordance with section 23 of the National Energy Retail Law (South Australia) Act 2011, Alinta Energy Retail Sales Pty Ltd (ABN 22 149 658 300) (“Alinta Energy”) wishes to notify its residential and small business customers of a variation to its standing offer tariffs in South Australia for electricity, effective 1 July 2019. The revised tariffs can be viewed at alintaenergy.com.au/sapricing from 1 July 2019.