- People Energy is an electricity provider for customers in Victoria. They have plans to expand to other states in the future.
- There are two residential and business plans for Victorian customers. These plans are the ‘on-time saver’ plan and the ‘total saver plan’.
- There aren’t any specific solar offers from People Energy, and they observe the standard Victorian feed-in tariff rate.
The performance of People Energy slightly difficult to discern due to the company relatively new status. They are strong in the customer support department, with local representatives available to help customers for longer hours in comparison to much of the competing Victorian companies.
Their electricity offerings are simple to understand, and their price match policy means you’re unlikely to find a better deal elsewhere.
People Energy’s weakest area is in their environmental energy department – or lack thereof. They don’t have any sustainable energy plans that cut emissions or specific solar policies for customers with solar panels.
While People Energy is a competitive electricity provider for Victorian residents and businesses, they probably won’t be the best option for customers with solar panels or an interest in installing them.
There are currently no solar-specific plans offered through People, but they observe the standard Victorian rate for a feed-in tariff. You can access the up-to-date information on the Victorian feed-in tariff here.
Renewable energy isn’t People’s strong suit, so if you have solar panels on your house you’re unlikely the get the best rate through this provider. Make sure to compare your plans, though, as the savings with People Energy may be stronger in other areas.
People Energy provides customers with a variety of ways to pay their bills. Keep in mind, though, that you’ll receive an additional 2% discount on your usage charges if you choose to pay with direct debit.
Moving homes with People Energy is simple. All you have to do is visit their website, fill out their online form with your name, email address, phone number and new address, and they’ll get you set up.
You can alternatively call the People Energy customer service line if doing so is easier for you. Make sure you have your customer information and new home address ready when you call.
You can also switch to People Energy if you’re moving to Victoria by filling out an online form or contacting their customer service phone line.
People Energy requests that you inform them of your move at least three business days before your move-in day. This will be enough time to get everything set up with your new address. If you’re moving in sooner than three business days, call them, and they’ll do their best to meet your deadline on short notice.