Origin notes the introduction of the Commonwealth Government’s Treasury Laws Amendment (Prohibiting Energy Market Misconduct) Bill 2018 into the Parliament today.
Victorian concession card customers on Origin’s residential standing and non-discounted contracts will continue to receive a 26 per cent discount on electricity usage and supply charges from 1 January, meaning they will continue to save an average of $548 per year off Origin’s standing tariff prices.
Origin Energy Limited (Origin) today announced concession card holders in New South Wales, ACT, Queensland and South Australia on standing offers or non-discounted plans will get an automatic 10 per cent discount on electricity usage charges from 1 January 2019.
Origin’s demand management trial using AI to shift energy usage to different times of day will be rolled out nationally, after a successful trial with South Australian commercial and industrial customers found that significant savings were on offer.
Three of Australia’s most innovative young inventors will be jetting off to NASA Kennedy Space Centre in the USA after being announced as the national winners of Origin’s littleBIGidea competition.
Australia Pacific LNG to share infrastructure and secure additional gas supply to diversify portfolio
An agreement has been reached on long term infrastructure sharing arrangements between Australia Pacific LNG and the QCLNG project, with Australia Pacific LNG also agreeing to secure additional gas supplies.
Origin Energy’s proposed expansion of the Shoalhaven pumped hydro scheme will progress to a $5 million feasibility assessment, after receiving part-funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA).
We support a reference price that makes it easier for customers to compare offers and know if they are getting a good deal on their electricity, as long as it is a true reference that allows for genuine competition for the benefit of customers.
Origin launches broadband
Origin recognises and respects the continuing connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to land and sea – and we have good relationships with our host Traditional Owners in the areas where our activity takes place in the Northern Territory’s Beetaloo Basin.