Pricing & tariffs
If you are a residential or small business customer, you should contact your retailer about your power costs. The information below does not relate to your power bill. Learn more about power pricing.
Network tariffs – empowering South Australia
From 1 July 2020, SA Power Networks has made available a more flexible range of network tariffs, providing residential and business customers with improved choice in managing energy costs.
Our time-of-use tariffs will allow residential customers and small businesses to take advantage of cheap solar energy in the middle of the day.
For large businesses, the peak demand period has been more tightly defined.
We recommend you contact your retailer to determine which network tariff you are currently on, and to confirm if a more suitable option is available.
You can find out more about our network tariff options for business:
Network demand or tariff change request
If you need to change your demand or tariff, you will need to contact your retailer who will then complete our network demand or tariff change request form.
Learn more about changing your network demand or tariff.
Our Connections & Ancillary Network Services 2020-21 1107KB PDF (Manual 18) outlines all the network charges and costs we place on the services we provide.
There are other costs in our manual that we may charge you directly in specific situations, such as connection services. The tariffs we provide in this document outline what we charge to retailers, councils and large business.
Each year, we submit a pricing proposal for our yearly tariffs that the Australian Energy Regulator must approve. We develop these costs to comply with what the Australian Energy Regulator establish in its price determination.