If you’re in the business of helping others, we can help you save on electricity
The Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) Tariff means registered charities get a lower electricity rate than the standard commercial one.
It’s money you can reinvest in those Territorians who need it most
On average, the PBI tariff can help not-for-profit organisations save approximately 11% on consumption costs and 22% on fixed daily charge costs compared to a flat rate commercial tariff.
Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) tariff
Tariff applicable to charitable organisations registered as PBI with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). For more information visit Factsheet: Public benevolent institutions and the ACNC.
|Standard PBI, PBI Saver||GST exclusive||GST inclusive|
|Electricity rate||25.6350909 cents per kilowatt hour||28.1986 cents per kilowatt hour|
|Fixed daily charge||59.85454 cents per day||65.84 cents per day|
Some questions we hear a lot...
Public Benevolent Institutions (PBI) are a type of charitable institution whose main purpose is to relieve poverty or distress.
PBIs are recognised by the Australian Charities and Non-for-profit Commission (ACNC) and the Australian Taxation Office as a subtype of charity.
Most NT-based PBI organisations are operating in sectors such as remote and aboriginal health, welfare and social services, emergency relief, community care services etc.
It's simple! If you believe your charity is eligible for the PBI tariff, please phone us on 1800 JACANA (1800 522 262) or email us at email@example.com to update your account and start benefiting from lower electricity rates.
Please note we will check your organisation's eligibility for the tariff against the ACNC register.