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Gas, Electricity, Water in Sydney


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Gas

On the day before the move, take a final reading of your natural gas meter, and go on the site of AGL: www.agl.com.au, main supplier in Australia.

Don't forget to have your details ready together with your new address and they will forward your final account to you. Alternatively, you may settle your account by credit card over the phone. For more information, you can call AGL - 131 707

Electricity

Electricity is de-regulated in Australia so you have a choice between different providers. Having said that it seems to work by area rather than being truly competitive.

In Sydney you will have the choice between:

Water

Water is paid by owners so if you rent, you shouldn't worry about a water bill. Just in case, here is the phone number for Sydney Water : 13 20 92

Update 15/10/2013


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 fraudplinks

07/10/2010

Moving Electricity Suppliers
Don't forget about Western Australia's largest electricity suppleir - Synergy (http://www.synergy.net.au)

 switchy

31/07/2009

Getting power & gas connected
In most states of Australia you now have a choice of electricity and gas supplier. Victoria is the most competitive state with around a dozen suppliers competing for your custom.

Prices are still capped in all parts of Australia except Victoria but nonetheless some suppliers offer a range of discounts to encourage you to join so it's worth comparing providers' prices.

If you are moving in to a house then you usually need to give 3-4 business days' notice to get your power connected.

You can read more about your options here: http://www.switchwise.com.au/switching-explained/why-switch/who-can-sw...

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