Make your energy plan green

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Pay as little as $0.65 per week and reduce the environmental impact of your energy consumption.

Now that's good energy.


Extra charge 

Estimated extra cost

25%  65c per week 65c per week or $8.45 per quarterly bill
50%  1.40c per kWh (kilowatt hour) $1.35 per week or $17.50 per quarterly bill
100%  2.80c per kWh (kilowatt hour) $2.69 per week or $35.00 per quarterly bill

Estimates are based on an average household’s 13 week quarterly electricity bill and an annual electricity usage of 5,000kWh. Charges effective from 1 July 2020. All charges and estimates include GST.

Just $1 extra a week – on all of our residential natural gas plans


Put government-accredited renewably-sourced energy into the electricity grid. Choose GreenPower - from $0.65 extra per week.

GreenPower Accredited

Green Gas

Starting at just $1 a week, get Green Gas and we'll offset greenhouse gas emissions from your natural gas usage.

From 1 January 2021, Green Gas is certified carbon neutral by Climate Active, an initiative backed by the Australian Government. 

Climate Active Carbon Neutral Product

Origin is pleased to be a part of the Climate Active network, a government-backed program that helps organisations play an active part in protecting our climate. They provide certifications for products, services and organisations who can prove that they are actively measuring, reducing and offsetting their emissions. Our Green Gas and Green LPG products are ways we are helping customers reduce their impact on the environment. 

Where our renewables come from

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Wind generation

Wind energy turns blades on turbines that produce electricity.

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Mini hydro generation

Power derived from moving water to produce electricity.

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Solar generation

Solar cells (photovoltaic cells) convert the sun's rays into electricity.

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Biomass and biogas

Organic sources (like plant material and methane gas) can generate electricity.

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