Learning how network charges and tariffs impact your energy bill can make a big difference.
As your electricity network, we manage your meter and send data about the amount of power you consume to your energy retailer. Your energy retailer then issues your electricity bill.
Understanding the charges and tariffs will help you understand what makes up your bill. With this information, you can explore options for a better deal and improve your energy efficiency.
Things to consider
- How to read your bill
- Choosing the right tariff
- Are you paying the right amount?
- What to consider when choosing a plan
Downloads and resources
United Energy 2023-2024 Tariff – Retailer Network Tariff FAQ
Generator and storage trial tariff factsheet United Energy
United Energy 2023-24 Pricing Proposal
UE Tariff Structure Statement (TSS) 2021-2026
This is what we send to the AER so our proposed tariff structure can be approved.
United Energy 2022-23 Pricing Proposal
United Energy 2022/23 Pricing Proposal to the AER. It covers all our tariff classes, standard control services, alternative control services and network & metering charges from July 2022 to June 2023.
2022-23 Retailer Network Tariff FAQs
United Energy 2022-23 Tariff FAQs
Residential daytime saver trial tariff factsheet
United Energy will offer an optional residential trial network tariff from 1 July 2022 to encourage electricity use in the middle of the day.
Community battery trial tariff factsheet
United Energy is introducing community battery trial network tariffs from 1 July 2022. Find out more about the tariff options available.