Synergy wins $30m govt contract

13/09/2019 - 14:12

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Synergy has secured a substantial electricity supply deal with the North Metropolitan Health Service, one of several electricity contracts awarded by government agencies in the health and education sectors in recent months.

Synergy wins $30m govt contract
Synergy won the $30 million contract.

Synergy has secured a substantial electricity supply deal with the North Metropolitan Health Service, one of several electricity contracts awarded by government agencies in the health and education sectors in recent months.

The North Metropolitan Health Service contract is worth $30 million. It is a three-year contract for a common-use arrangement for the supply of retail electricity.

There were three submissions which tendered for the contract. 

In June, Synergy beat two other submissions to obtain a three-year, $15 million contract to supply electricity to the WA Country Health Service.

In August last year, Perth Energy came out ahead of two other submissions to win a $20.4 million contract at Fiona Stanley Hospital, for the same services and time period as the Synergy contracts.

Perth Energy has also secured some smaller contracts this year, including a $1.4 million package with Central Regional TAFE, and a $340,000 contract with the Child and Adolescence Health Service in March.

Additionally, since June it has won seven electricity supply contracts worth between $55,000 and $247,000 at schools around the state, with its contract at Leeming Senior High School the largest of those.

Alinta Energy has secured just one school electicity supply contract since June, after it was awarded a $246,000 package at the WA College of Agriculture in Harvey.

According to BNiQ data, Synergy has 5,998 contestable costumers that use more than 50 megawatt hours annually; Alinta has 2,858 and Perth Energy has 869.

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