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Electricity contract - large sites

This contract provides electricity to sites using over 40MWh per year, including renewable energy.

Summary

This contract provides electricity to sites using over 40 MWh per year, including renewable energy certificates, along with supplying new sites.

Lead agency: Department of Treasury and Finance

Conditions of use: Mandatory

Contract reference number: SS-03-2018

Arrangement type: Sole supplier

Start date: 01 July 2019

End date: 30 June 2022

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Key benefits

Key benefits include:

  • risk management for energy and environmental certificates
  • cost-efficient energy in a volatile wholesale market
  • the ability to add new sites

What’s covered?

This contract covers these main areas of retail electricity supply services:

  • electricity for large sites using more than 160 MWh per year
  • electricity for sites using between 40 and 160 MWh per year (if added to the scope of a contract)
  • accredited GreenPower at percentages of 10%, 25% and 100%
  • renewable Energy Certificates including SREC and VEEC

Supplier details

This contract is a sole supplier arrangement with Red Energy:

Red Energy

Address: 570 Church Street, Cremorne, VIC 3121
Website: www.redenergy.com.au
Contact name: Nicole Ellison
Role: Team Manager C & I
Phone: 1300 322 067
Email: business@redenergy.com.au

How buyers join this contract

To join this contract and access more information:

Step 1: Register for the contracts portal

Log in to the contracts portal to download confidential contract information and pricing.

Step 2: Complete the roll-in form

Complete the roll-in form.

Step 3: Seek category manager approval 

Submit roll-in form to category manager for approval.

Step 4:  Approval notification

Category manager will send the approved roll-in form to the supplier and notify the agency.

Step 5: Supplier to contact approved agency

Supplier will contact the buyer to negotiate connection date.

Step 6: Raise a purchase order

Raise a purchase order consistent with agency finance procedures

Reviewed 22 April 2021

Buying for Victoria

Electricity Large Sites SPC Category Manager

Laurence Hadrill Department Treasury and Finance

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