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The State Government has announced a 3% increase to the Home Plan (A1) electricity tariff for WA households, commencing 1 July 2016. The setting of electricity tariffs is determined by the State Government and is assessed as part of the annual state budget process.
Even 20 years ago, most of us had no idea what the internet would mean for businesses across the world. Now, we’re connected and interconnected in more ways than we can count – and there’s much more to come. It’s called the Internet of Things.
Synergy is pleased to donate $12,000 to the Lights for Lifeline campaign, which raises awareness of Western Australians in crisis over the festive period. Earlier this month, Perth residents were encouraged to upload a photo, or a short video, of their magical Christmas light decorations onto Synergy’s Christmas lights Facebook page and the home with the most votes would receive a share of $7,000 towards their electricity bill.
Having the kids off from school often means a boost in energy usage across the home. Televisions, tablets, radios and other electronic devices can all be operated for more hours than usual. Make energy saving a fun challenge for kids these school holidays and invite them to reduce the negative impact on the environment.
Ahhh Christmas, according to Andy Willams- it’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we agree- that's why we understand why you might want to garnish your home with sparkling lights, tinsel, trinkets and baubles! However, we all know Christmas can also be a costly time of year…so before you dig out those decorations, consider our festive savings tips to ensure you’re getting the most bling for your buck.
Synergy has entered a 13 year power purchase agreement (PPA) with APA Group, the owner and operator of Emu Downs Solar Farm near Cervantes, 200 kilometres north of Perth. Under the agreement, Synergy will purchase both the energy and the Large-scale Renewable Generation Certificates (“LGCs”) from the 20 MW Emu Downs Solar Farm until 31 December 2030.