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Changes to business electricity charges in Victoria

Around the start of the calendar year, Momentum traditionally reviews its business energy charges. Sometimes, these changes are updated to reflect distributor costs that relate to maintaining the distribution network (e.g. power lines) that bring electricity to your property, as well as government environmental schemes, and in some instances to reflect changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

You can get more information about our fees and charges, or learn more about the network and environmental costs.

How often do prices change?

Traditionally, Momentum reviews its business electricity charges for its current Victorian customers annually - around the start of the calendar year. Your prices don't always change, but you will be notified of variations to the charges for your home or business.

Your Momentum prices may sometimes change at other times, depending on your specific circumstances - for example, where you begin a new supply term under your Momentum contract.

Why have prices changed in 2017?

The changes to Momentum's business energy rates generally reflect changes in distributor costs relating to maintaining the distribution network (e.g. power lines) that bring electricity to your home or business, as well as government environmental schemes and in some instances the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

Some of our customers will be impacted by changes to demand charges. If you are one of these customers we will write to update you about these changes and how they relate to your account. You can find out more about recent changes.

How do I know when my prices are going to change?

We will write to let you know about these changes.

Where to I find more information about the new demand charges that are being introduced on 1 January 2017?

Find out more about demand charges.

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