Our goal is lofty - to help bring an end to energy poverty in Aotearoa. Too many Kiwis (20% according to MBIE) are subject to energy choices that impact on their wellbeing. Like choosing between food on the table and adequately heating their home. And that plain ain't right.
But there's a way to reduce power bills without cutting back on the power that keeps Kiwi homes safe and comfortable. Choice, control and smart tech - welcome to the future of energy.
Wholesale power pricing
Here at Flick, whatever we pay for power is the same price we sell it on to you for. Whether you're riding the spot market with Freestyle, or smoothing the ride with FIXIE, you're accessing wholesale power prices, and paying a separate, totally transparent Flick fee for us to act as your retailer. We reckon it's NZ's fairest power pricing.
The power is yours
With Flick, you're in control. Choose to actively monitor spot prices and control what you pay with Freestyle, or choose FIXIE and smooth the ride with a fixed generation price. Pay the actual cost of your bill weekly, or choose to pay a regular amount with Volt. Choose to monitor NZ's carbon emissions from electricity with CHOICE and reduce the carbon footprint of your home. Get power over your power!
You're in good company
From long-time supporter of Porirua-based community programme, WELLfed, to scholarship sponsor of non-profit youth mountain biking organisation, WORD, we're proud to stand alongside innovative organisations doing good things a little bit differently.
Read more about what Flick stands tall for - it's a lot!
Sustainability with impact
As a carboNZero certified business and proud developer of CHOICE, a world-first app that monitors the live carbon impact of New Zealand's electricity, we're using innovative thinking, proprietary software and plain good values to do our bit for the environment.
And we're making it easy for Kiwi households to do theirs. Flick customers can track their emissions through the Flick mobile app and offset their carbon impact through our partner charity, Trees That Count.