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Energy Locals Recognised with Prestigious ProductReview Award

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Energy Locals is the highest-rated power provider in Australia with a 4.7-star rating across 1,500 reviews.
  • Energy Locals awarded the ProductReview 2024 Award for Energy, making this its second consecutive win.

  • Energy Locals is the highest-rated power provider in Australia with a 4.7-star rating across 1,500 reviews.

  • Energy Locals CEO, Adrian Merrick, says this an amazing recognition for his Aussie-based team’s commitment to providing a fairer energy experience.

In keeping with its mission to provide fairer energy and exceptional service to its customers, Energy Locals has proudly received the ProductReview 2024 Award for Energy for its second year in a row.

The annual awards, presented by ProductReview – Australia’s leading consumer opinion platform – highlight the top products and services as rated by the community.

“Best power company I have ever been signed up for,” one review reads. “Best price, ease of use, communication, and personalised service.”

Another reviewer commended the company’s customer service, saying, “Aside from the best electricity prices, Energy Locals always has great customer support when you need it.”

Energy Locals Founder Adrian Merrick says that this is a testament to their commitment to offering Australians a better energy experience.

“We’re thrilled to have been recognised by ProductReview for the second consecutive year,” he says. “This award is a great recognition for our amazing local team who are obsessed with providing Australians a better energy experience, and lets us know we're doing a good job of that.”

ProductReview selects winners based on rating, review count, and retail availability to the Australian public. Energy Locals currently boasts a 4.7-star rating with over 1,500 reviews, making it the highest-rated power provider in Australia.


About us:

Energy Locals is a leading provider of sustainable and affordable energy solutions in Australia. With a strong emphasis on renewable energy, transparent pricing, and exceptional customer service, we are dedicated to improving energy for all Australians. For more information, visit www.energylocals.com.au.

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