Viva Energy Australia -Viva Energy is one of Australia’s largest energy firms, providing around a quarter of the country’s liquid fuel needs. It has an extensive network of more than 1,260 service stations across Australia and is the sole supplier of high-quality Shell fuels and lubricants.
Viva Energy Australia owns and manages the Geelong Refinery in Victoria, as well as operations in bulk fuels, aviation, bitumen, marine, chemicals, and lubricants, which are backed by more than 20 terminals and 50 airports and airfields across the country.
EnergyAustralia is a private Australian firm that generates power and sells electricity and gas. It is owned by the Hong Kong-based and publicly traded CLP Group. EnergyAustralia also had a portfolio of power plants that used thermal coal, natural gas, hydropower, solar energy, and wind energy
EnergyAustralia Smart meters are up-to-date two-way digital communication devices that automatically record and transfer data to your electricity provider every 30 minutes. If you live in Victoria, you may be eligible for new smart meter-compatible electricity plans.
EnergyAustralia Account Registration Step
Any EnergyAustralia residential or small business customer can register for My Account. To create an EnergyAustralia account, go to www.energyaustralia.com.au and fill out all of the required information.
How to check the balance of your EnergyAustralia account
Your account balance can be found in My Account or on the first page of your bill. Please see our helpful bill guides if you need assistance finding it on your bill.
Your bill could be greater than expected for a variety of reasons, such as if you’ve lately used more air conditioning or heating, if you’ve recently moved to a larger house, or if you’ve recently spent more time at home.
You can pay using the following methods:
- My Profile
- Our app for mobile devices
- using a credit card
For both corporate and residential clients, Ausgrid (the local network provider responsible for the poles and wires) established summer and winter’seasons’ on 1 July 2018, which are 1 November to 31 March (summer) and 1 June to 31 August (winter). During the months of April, May, September, and October, there are no peak costs.