Households & Community

Households & Community

Endeavour Energy PowerSavers Program

Do you want to save energy and the reduce the cost of your home energy bills?

Penrith City Council have teamed up with Endeavour Energy to provide residents with a range of tips and challenges to reduce energy use and save money through the Endeavour Energy AtHomeSaver program and PowerSavers app. 

Join today at app.endeavourenergy.com.au/athome or download the PowerSavers app. 

PeakSaver

On extremely hot days, our use of appliances such as air-conditioning goes up, increasing our electricity use and putting added pressure on the electricity network. 

That’s why we’ve teamed up with Endeavour Energy and are inviting residents living within the suburbs of Glenmore Park, Jamisontown, Penrith, South Penrith and Kingswood to take part in PeakSaver. 

PeakSaver is one of Endeavour Energy’s PowerSavers initiatives that will assist you to save energy in your own household and help reduce the peak demand in the Penrith community all whilst earning rewards. 

As a PeakSaver member, you will earn points for taking part in challenges to reduce your energy use on selected ‘Event Days’ during the peak demand times between 1 November 2020 and 31 March 2021. Once you have earned enough points, these can be redeemed for a gift card or a charity donation. 

To become a PeakSaver, download the free PowerSavers app for iPhone or Android, or sign up online at: app.endeavourenergy.com.au/peak 

*To be eligible to participate in PeakSaver you must have a smart meter installed.

Council held a very popular free energy workshop in March. The workshop was delivered by independent industry experts on topics including saving energy, solar, battery storage, as well as rebates and assistance.

If you’re interested in attending a future free energy workshop please let us know by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Sustainable House Day is held each September, to enable people to get up close to sustainable homes in their neighbourhoods. It’s a great way to find out how different features work, and get some inspiration and ideas for your own house.

Energy prices are rising, so it’s a good time to think about how much energy you consume at home.

The information and links below can help you find new ways to reduce your power use and save money on your electricity bills. There’s also information about government rebates, incentives and support networks that can help.

What can I do to reduce my household energy use?

What government rebates or incentives are available?

Who can I contact if I have a complaint about my electricity bill?

  • The Energy and Water Ombudsman NSW (EWON) provides a free, fair and independent dispute resolution service for all electricity and gas customers in NSW.

Where can I find out more information about installing solar on my roof?