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May 6, 2002

Green Power

Joel has produced a summary of Green Power suppliers from www.greenpower.com.au/go/suppliers

A quick summary

  • Country energy seems middle of the pack.
  • Origin offers 100% wind, not yet available here
  • Integral has very high solar component, not yet available here
  • Inland energy looks pretty good  : very high wind component
  • Cost of each would need analysis

More info is attached ...

Cut and pastes from search NSW, sorted by solar component. Sorted by Wind component : Country Energy (our default supplier) comes out third on the list, which is higher than I had expected.

In New South Wales

 

Integral Energy - Business Green Power
(Low Impact Hydro 64.1%,
Solar 35.9%)
http://www.integral.com.au
Phone 131 002

Integral Energy Green Power is available to business customers, and soon residential customers across NSW.

Business customers can negotiate an electricity price with Integral Energy to have a percentage of their electricity sourced from Green Power such as hydro and solar.
<>Integral Energy is to launch a residential Green Power product later in 2002 to complement its existing business Green Power product.

 

Australian Inland Energy - Australian Inland Green Energy
(Wind 70%, Low Impact Hydro 30%)
http://www.aienergy.com.au
Phone 1300 650 477

Australian Inland Green Energy was accredited in August 2000 and is offered to business and domestic customers across NSW. Under this scheme all customers can choose to purchase 100, 50, 25 or 10 percent of their electricity usage from Green Power.

 

 

 

PULSE - Pulse Clean Green
(Biomass 100%)
http://www.pulseenergy.com.au/
Phone 133 000

Pulse Clean Green was accredited as a Green Power product in May 1999 and is available to residential and small business customers.
Landfill gas is the primary source of Green Power for Pulse, however they are currently researching solar and wave power technology for use in the future.

 

 

 

Country Energy - Green Energy
(Wind 39.8%, Biomass 36.0%, Low Impact Hydro 25.2%,
Solar 0.01%)
http://www.countryenergy.com.au
Phone 13 23 56

Country Energy Green Energy is available to residential and business customers in NSW and Victoria, and contestable business customers in Queensland, ACT, and South Australia.
Call the customer information centre to find out more about Country Energy Green Energy and the benefits of signing up!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Origin Energy - Green Earth
(Wind 74*%, Low Impact Hydro 20*%, Biomass 6*%)
http://www.originenergy.com.au
ph. 13 24 63

Origin Energy has offered an accredited Green Power products for over 4 years. With the introduction of competition in Victoria and NSW, Origin Energy revamped its products based on a clearer understanding of what the wider community looked for in green electricity choices.

Residential Customers can choose between three 100% renewable electricity products:
Green Earth Plus - 100% wind power.
Green Earth Extra - 40% wind and 60% hydro.
Green Earth - sourced from 20% wind and 80% hydro at a fixed $1.00 extra per week.
All the products are 100% renewable electricity, available to Victorian residential peak customers now. These products will be made available to NSW and off peak customers around mid 2002.

Commercial customers can choose a simple 'off the shelf' green electricity product - Green Earth at 20% wind and 80% hydro. Or they can negotiate a percentage of Green Power to suit their needs in any competitive states in Australia.
*approximate only

 

 

Posted at May 6, 2002 12:00 AM

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