In September 2016, Mojo Power arrived in the Sunshine State, with the aim to provide Queenslanders with energy rates unlike any other provider in the country.
Mojo’s CEO and Co-Founder, James Myatt, was joined by Mark Bailey (the Queensland Minister for Energy, Biofuels and Water Supply) at Brisbane’s Parliament House. Together they welcomed the arrival of this new player to electricity retailing in Queensland.
Unlike existing retailers, Mojo does not profit from their consumers consumption of electricity but instead charges a flat monthly fee that allows households to access wholesale electricity rates, often at 30% lower than other retailer standard tariffs.
Mojo estimates that for most Queensland households savings will range from $200 to a whopping $1000 per year, depending on consumption.
Highlights from the Mojo market entry into Queensland included broadcast coverage on Channel 7 News in Brisbane and Channel 9 News in Queensland.
Mojo launched in NSW in April, 2016 with widespread talkability generated from the considerable media coverage at this time. For more information, visit www.mojopower.com.au