Supplying power to business and government customers

Across Western Australia's commercial and industrial segments

Perth Energy was established in 1999 as Western Australia’s market began to deregulate. Since then they have been building a notable retail customer base. Market reform has taken customer contestability to the current small business demand level of 5.7kW (size of a deli). The previous integrated utility, Western Power, was disaggregated in April 2006 to its current generation of retail and networks businesses. A Wholesale Electricity Market was established in September that year. 



Supported by Infratil, the company developed a 120MW dual-fuel peaking power station at Kwinana, in Perth's industrial heartland. This station was commissioned in October 2010 and consists of two Pratt & Whitney's fast response Swiftpac gas turbine units.  Perth Energy has retail growth aspirations to cement its position as the third energy supplier in the WA market; being just one of three electricity retailers licensed to supply smaller-use customers


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