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Accurassi Energy Bill Saver

Accurassi's Energy Bill Saver tool allows you to compare a recent residential electricity bill with other plans in the market to see how much you could save by switching.

In 2020, Accurassi found that 4 out of 5 Australian homes were paying more than they should be for Electricity and on average, they saved $320 per year by switching. 

Simply upload a recent electricity bill in PDF format to find out just how much you could save by switching electricity plans.


Don't have a recent electricity bill?

If you don't have a recent electricity bill in PDF format available, choose the option to 'Skip this step' and you will be prompted to enter your address. Because we won't have your electricity bill to compare against, we'll present you with the estimated cost of electricity, rather than how much you could save.


Can't find your address?

When you search for your address, we need to match it with the 'supply' address in the national database. Your supply address can appear differently to your physical address and because of this, it can sometimes be hard to find a match. 

If this happens to you, either track down a recent electricity bill and upload that or select the 'Can't find your address?' option and you'll be prompted to enter your NMI (National Meter Identifier) which can be found on your bill, meter or by calling your current electricity provider. 


Ready to make the switch?

Switching to a new electricity plan with the Accurassi Energy Bill Saver tool is easy and can be done in less than 5 minutes! 

Simply choose a plan and follow the steps - your information will then be shared instantly with your new electricity provider. When you complete the switching process, you will find all the important information you need to know about your new plan and provider on the final screen. We suggest taking a screenshot if you'd like to keep the information handy. 

Once you've made the switch and your account has been set up with your new electricity provider, they will be in touch with your account details. Until then, you can sit back and relax knowing your electricity is sorted (and the lights will remain on).