The challenges associated with keeping your dairy farm’s financially profitable are often shaped by various factors outside our control. Whether it’s the impact from foreign investment, government legislation, threats resulting from environmental issues, or even those linked to veterinarian fees for managing the livelihood of stock, being able to reduce the impact of these challenges is a good way for us to remain operationally viable.
To support you in making informed decisions around our dairy farm’s QDO have an established partnership with energy specialists, Make it Cheaper whom not only help you save time in navigating the confusing energy market but can help you identify whether your energy retailer has you on the best deal available.
An article in the Australian Financial Review, detailed calls by the ACCC for the Federal Government to impose stiffer penalties on energy companies supplying customers with ‘fake electricity bills’ as being an essential component of the Government’s proposed overhaul of the Australian energy market.
This comes on the back of a report commissioned by ‘Smart Meter’ maker, Landis + Gyr and published by Renew Economy, which uncovered that two-thirds of Australian consumers have either ‘no trust’ or ‘not much trust’ in energy companies. The report goes on to identify that 70% of those surveyed want to see greater transparency from their retailer’s around information that helps them better understand their energy consumption.
That’s where Make it Cheaper make it easy for you. They understand that 78% of Australians are paying more on their energy bill than necessary, and since February 2017 have been able to identify $167,461.00 in energy savings for QDO member’s, with an average saving of $1,395 p.a. on business energy, and $683 p.a. on residential.
So, whether you’re just looking to see if your current energy retailer is giving you the best deal available, or you’re looking to make the switch to a new, Make it Cheaper have a fast, obligation free, and easy way to guide you through the process. Click Here or contact (02) 8880 4314.