Response for non-serviceable contacts

Response for non-serviceable contacts

Thank you for contacting the Australian Energy Foundation.

You fall outside of our serviceable areas. You can check which Council residents we can service here. Because of this, we are not able to offer offer tailored, one-on-one assistance. However, we can offer you some great alternatives/ options/resources to assist you with your query: 

1. A great place to start is getting a no-obligation quote through a vetted supplier here
2. Check out our easy-to-follow guides that cover a range of topics here. These are free to download and will answer many of your questions.                                                 
3. Consider becoming an Australian Energy Foundation member, which will provide you with unlimited phone access to our expert Energy Advisors amongst other perks. Become a member here.                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
4. Reach out to your Local Council and encourage them to subscribe to our energy advice services here. The small subscription fee secures FREE access for all residents.

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