What does the Energy Water Ombudsman do?

What does the Energy Water Ombudsman do?

Energy Water Ombudsman of Victoria (EWOV) is a free, independent service that resolves disputes between Victorians and their energy companies. 

 

You can learn more at the EWOV website: 

https://www.ewov.com.au/ 


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