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Not at this time. But AGL welcomes the opportunity to supply electricity if, and when, the market is fully deregulated and open to competition.
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A supply charge is a daily amount your energy provider charges to supply electricity or gas to your property, and is not related to your usage. To arrive at the supply charge on your bill, we multiply the daily rate by the number of days your energy is supplied.
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First, try to see if your property is the only one affected. If your neighbours are also affected, please phone the appropriate number listed on the Emergencies and Outages page anytime, day or night. You’ll also find these details on your AGL bill.   If you find that your property is the only one affected, start by checking the mains switch in your fuse box. If you discover a single appliance has been affected, check that it’s been properly assembled and connected. A good way to do this is by plugging a hair dryer or table lamp into the power point to see if there’s any electricity coming through.   If you ever have an electrical fault in your house or with an appliances, please contact a licensed electrician to fix it. Never try to do it yourself.
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Start by checking to see if other electrical appliances on your property are working. If they’re not, please call your Electricity Distributor.   If other electrical appliances on your property are working, there’s likely been a failure with your hot water unit. Please call AGL on 131 766. We have an answering service that can help you outside business hours.
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It’s your National Meter Identifier. This unique number identifies your electricity meter and can be found on the back of your power bill.
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