INFORMATION SHEET FOR NEW TENANTS/OWNERS:

Electricity Actual v Estimated Bills

During the Home and Business Energy Reviews that Z-Net Uralla has been conducting one issue has arisen that we would like to share with the Uralla Community.

With the many changes in Energy providers it is no longer compulsory to do an actual reading of the electricity meter every quarter. They must do at least one per year.

As a result, a number of householders and businesses have been caught out when they have moved into a new property.

1. The estimated bill has been higher than the actual amount based on whoever was in that property previously. In the case of a business you must pay the bill before you can get a credit. This can add a considerable cost to your start-up costs.

2. The estimated bill is lower than the actual usage. This leads to the tenant believing they have their power bills under control until they get their first actual bill and get bill shock. This is especially important to be aware off in the winter months.

You must always check if it says actual or estimated. With some power companies you are able to give them the actual meter reading.

Estimated Bill:

Actual Bill:

If you have any queries please contact us at Z-Net Uralla: 9 Hill St, Uralla

Ph: 0411804627 Facebook: http://facebook.com/ZNetUralla

Download the pdf here.

 

Z-NET Uralla is partnering with Regional Development Australia Northern Inland to conduct a business breakfast and Go-Digital workshop in Uralla on Thursday morning 6th April.
Where: Uralla Bowling Club
Time: Breakfast: 7.45 – 8.00am
Workshop: 8.00 – 9.00am
Go-Digital is a short course to introduce business owners to trading online. The free course will commence with a business breakfast at 7.45am and will be followed by a ‘face to face’ workshop (1 hr duration). The workshop will provide participants with online materials, Q&A sessions held by Webinar / teleconference, and ongoing support up to 30th June. Materials will be provided in a modular format and participants will have the freedom to select the sections they require, or go through all of the content in their own time following the business breakfast workshop.
The end-goal is to provide Uralla Shire businesses with the knowledge and ability to sell their goods and services online through a fully-functioning and easy-to-use e-commerce website.
Regional Development Australia Northern Inland and Z-NET Uralla are committed to encouraging growth in the region. The Go-Digital project will provide businesses with additional skills to grow their business and / or create alternative opportunities in a changing marketplace.
To register for the free Go-Digital Breakfast Workshop Contact:
Stephen Griffith at Z-NET Uralla This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..au
Phone: 0411 804 627 or register at the Z NET Stall at Season of New England (Stall 46)
To assist with catering - please register by 5pm 3/4/17
Further details on the Go-Digital program are available on the web: www.gdni.com.au

Event link: http://zneturalla.org.au/index.php/whats-on/calendar-new/add-an-event/eventdetail/85/-/go-digital-business-breakfast-workshop

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  • Phone Number: 0411 804 627

  • Contact Mail: coordinator@zneturalla.org.au

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