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Aurora Energy has today welcomed the Tasmanian Economic Regulator’s announcement that prices will decrease by 1.38 per cent for 2020-21.
With temperatures continuing to fall around the state, there is support available to help Tasmanians use less energy while still keeping warm this winter.
Aurora Energy, Hydro Tasmania, TasNetworks and TasWater are doing what they can to support the community through this tough period.
A raft of new measures have been implemented to help support customers affected by COVID-19.
Aurora Energy advises customers not to respond to suspicious emails, texts (SMS) or phone calls.
Aurora Energy is aware of attempted scams on its customers. These attempts to make unauthorised contact are in no way associated with Aurora Energy.
If you suspect you are being scammed, we ask that you exercise caution and recommend that you do not provide any personal information, open any attachments or select links contained within emails or SMS.
For more information or to lodge a scam, please visit