Synergy Australia is a power company that provides residents and businesses across Australia with the power they require to live. They also help in adapting alternative energy solutions such as solar systems for your home. Should you have a problem with your service or have questions you will want to contact Synergy Australia. We have the best contact information for you here.
Those with Residential Enquiries can call Synergy phone number at 13 13 53. This phone number is available 7 am until 7 pm Monday through Friday. Those who have everyday questions about residential service should contact this number.
Business Enquiries happen too and to Synergy contact business customer service you can call 13 13 54. This number is available during business hours Monday through Friday.
Have a Electrical Emergency? Call 13 13 51. This number is available at all times. For Gas Emergencies you can call 13 13 52. It is also available at all times to address your emergency needs.
For calls from outside of Australia, you can call +61 86212 2222.
SYNERGY AUSTRALIA INFORMATION
Synergy is held by the federal government of Western Australia and displayed by Minister for Energy. Synergy is state's most significant electricity generator and shop of gas and electricity with an increase almost one million domestic, industry and business customers.
Several million Western Australians rely on Synergy to make certain they get access to a reliable way to obtain energy every day. Their major power stations are in positioned in Kwinana, Pinjar, Collie and cockburn. Smaller power stations are available at West and Mungarra, Kalgoorlie and a jv power station to the Worsley Alumina refinery near Collie. Synergy Australia has wind flow farms at Esperance, Albany, kalbarri and Mumbida a solar plantation near Geraldton and wind diesel systems in Coral Bay, Bremer Bay, Denham and Hopetoun. Synergy Plus is Western Australians biggest energy dealer and provides gas and electricity.
Synergy Australia has one million residential, business and professional customers within the WEST Interconnected System of Western Australia.