Many businesses pay too much for their electricity and should investigate their tariff.
On 20 April, the Kill-a-Watt campaign will stage a free information session.
Like most Cairns businesses, Pupstars Daycare and Grooming is dogged by unwelcome power bills
The Kill-a-Watt campaign website has launched the Ready Reckoner
In 2010, Australia pulled the plug, beginning a downward trend in the demand for electricity
The Australian building industry is on shaky ground
TeleBiz had already begun saving money on electricity when the business received another powerful boost
Australian energy policy needs a vision - a vision that aligns energy and climate change policy.
More than 60,000 households joined the Big Cost of Living Switch campaign in just two weeks.
Energy Green Paper, Review of the RET & Qld Competition Authority (QCA) Regulated Retail Electricity Prices
ARC like to lend a helping hand-however their own hands are tied when it comes to burdensome power bills.
What will Australia look like in 2050 without coal-fired power stations?
Tiny's on Grafton finds one thing hard to stomach - escalating power bills
Kill-a-Watt webinars will help businesses identify where they can make savings on their electricity bills.
The Union Jack asked the Kill-a-Watt energy assessor to find the source of their energy headaches.
Cairns Hardware employed the Kill-a-Watt team to shine a light on electricity saving opportunities.
Atherton Mower & Chainsaw join the kill-a-watt campaign to mow down their electricity bill.
Halpin Partners employ the expertise of the Kill-a-Watt team to help reduce consumption and save.
Another local business taking advantage of our subsidised Energy Audits...and saving money instantly!
Fixed costs would take up more of the bill, no incentive for businesses to become more energy efficient.
Switching to solar energy is set to turn the Mount Isa Irish Association into one of the greenest clubs.
Regional Development Australia Far North Queensland and Torres Strait project aims to kill a watt or few.
The Queensland's Chamber of Commerce and Industry received an electrical shock over the price increase!!
An increase in electricity prices is set to affect the QLD dairy industry.
Cane growers jolted by the rising electricity costs are changing their ways to compensate.
QMI Solutions agree with the Kill-a-Watt team....to reduce power usage, you have to change old habits.
Read stories from local businesses who are taking a stand against rising electricity costs.
"Our power bill had gone from very bad to worse," said Grubers Beckett office administrator, Louise Gruber.
"Power bills are a pretty large pain for us - around $13,000 to $15,000 per month," said Union Jack manager
Opposition says it will resume talks if Coalition takes "more credible" approach