Freeze on Household Fees and Charges

Electricity and water to stay the same until 2021.

Electricity, water, motor vehicle charges, the emergency services levy and public transport fares will not be increased until at least 1 July 2021.

The WA government has announced a freeze on household fees to provide relief to WA families. Electricity, water, motor vehicle charges, the emergency services levy and public transport fares will all remain unchanged until at least 1 July 2021. This announcement will hopefully give a small sense of increased security to WA families struggling due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

More details will be provided when available.

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The WA government has announced that electricity, water, motor vehicle charges, the emergency services levy and public transport fares will not be increased until at least 1 July 2021.

Freezing household fees mean that expenses such as electricity, water, motor vehicle charges, the emergency services levy and public transport fares will not be increased until at least 1 July 2021.

Freeze on Household Fees and Charges - WA - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Will WA electricity fees go up during the Coronavirus pandemic?

The WA government has announced that electricity, water, motor vehicle charges, the emergency services levy and public transport fares will not be increased until at least 1 July 2021.

What does a freeze on household fees mean?

Freezing household fees mean that expenses such as electricity, water, motor vehicle charges, the emergency services levy and public transport fares will not be increased until at least 1 July 2021.

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