• ACAPMA Partnership

Blue NRG is excited to announce a partnership with ACAPMA to support the Downstream Petroleum Industry

Blue NRG was founded in 2012 to fill a gap in the electricity market, meeting the needs of business customers. Now more than ever, businesses need to review every operational cost. Recognising this, Blue NRG is offering ACAPMA members the opportunity to reduce their electricity costs.

By dealing directly with an energy retailer you’ll avoid paying commissions. As an added benefit, after three months with Blue NRG, each site will be eligible for a free electricity health check to identify savings on your network rates.

To find out more information about this partnership you can contact;

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About Blue NRG

Blue NRG focuses exclusively on providing electricity to small to medium-sized businesses. The business has local sales and customer service employees that understand the needs of SMEs. It offers competitive pricing upfront avoiding discounts that discontinue after only a short period of time, transparent billing, and a great local service. ​Blue NRG partners with Empower Solco, an independent energy consulting firm to provide energy efficiency advice and tangible savings to its business customers.

 *Blue NRG supplies electricity to SA, NSW, VIC and s.e QLD

Customer Review

Mark Schlink – Owner Drawline Fuel

“We have been in the Fuel, Roadhouse and Convenience Industry for nearly 30 years. We are situated in Southern NSW and N.E Victoria. Our sites range from 24 hr Roadhouse Truck-Stops to smaller neighbourhood convenience fuel outlets. We are a large consumer of electricity, so our budget for energy is being constantly reviewed.”

“Blue NRG are happy to discuss new plans and point out savings where available. Their prices and consultation are an important part of our energy configuration. The accessibility of Blue NRG to discuss any issues including, billing, planning or ownership transfers, make good business sense.”

What’s happening from 1 July 2020?

From 1 July 2020, network distribution businesses across New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland will be varying their rates and charges.

To align with these changes, we will also be adjusting some of our prices. If these changes impact your electricity account, we will notify you in writing before they come into effect. We will also remind you on your electricity invoice in August.

If you are on the Default Market Offer (DMO) your prices will also be changing. Unlike our market offers, the DMO price is set by the Australian Energy Regulator.

We’re here to help

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Customer Experience Team on 1300 599 888 or at [email protected]