Do smarter business, with Flick.

We started off as a humble tech start-up, so we know how important it is to reduce overheads to keep your small business humming. When you're accessing the wholesale cost of power with Flick, you're not paying a cent more than what it costs to get power to your business.

How your business saves on power with Flick

Price alerts

The Flick app gives you visibility into live power prices and sends alerts when prices are high or low, so you can use appliances when they'll cost you less. Alerts can be configured so that you only receive notifications that you're interested in.

Weekly billing

We send out the bills weekly, so you can better manage your power usage, and don't get sprung with a nasty big surprise at the end of the month...
Read more about weekly billing.

Full transparency

See exactly who you're paying for what - all the costs of powering your place are split out clearly on your Flick bill.

Wholesale prices

Don't pay a cent more than it costs to get the power to your place. We charge you the wholesale price of power with no mark-up - totally fair!

At Flick, we do things differently

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The spot price of electricity changes every half an hour. But most power companies charge you a flat rate all the time, giving themselves a good buffer between what they pay at wholesale, and what they charge you. At Flick, we simply pass on the market price of power, which means that your small business gets access to wholesale power prices, just like all the big daddies.

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There are lots of other costs of getting power to your place that are bundled up in a power bill, and we pass every single one of them through to your business at wholesale, without any mark-up. We split them all out on your weekly bill, so you can see exactly who you're paying for what, including our Flick fee.

How does NZ's Fairest Power Deal work?

Smart prices for smart businesses

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Meet Rob, Sixes & Sevens Cafe - #CleverFlicker!

A power disconnection during the lunchtime rush was the last straw for Sixes & Sevens cafe owner and Executive Chef Rob Crisp, who had been battling for months with his electricity supplier.

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“I tried to sign up my business with a major electricity provider and after two months of not receiving a bill, they cut off the cafe’s power right in the middle of our busiest time of day. They said it was because I never paid their bill, which is ironic because I never received a bill, even though I repeatedly asked to be sent one!” said Sixes & Sevens Cafe owner Rob Crisp.

After shopping around and hearing good things about Flick, Rob signed up.

Small to medium sized business can really reap the benefits of Flick’s model, whether you are working from home, the owner of a dairy, a hairdresser, an accountancy firm or a bakery. By shifting a few tasks to low-demand times of day, when prices on the spot market are cheaper, it can cost much less for an owner to run their business.

“I like the fact I have access to real-time information on how much electricity costs and how much I am spending, so I pick the price I want to pay for the things I need to do,” says Rob.

“Flick really got me thinking about my power use and I’ve made some small changes in my business, such as shifting staff workload to the early hours of the morning when the spot price is low to get most of the baking done, and switching things off when I’m not using them to save money on my power bill.”

Rob points to turning the coffee machine off at 4pm when the cafe closes as one simple example.

“At first I was skeptical about weekly billing as everything in my business is done on a monthly basis, but it’s actually really helped with the business cash flow and budget management. So my advice to other businesses out there is don’t be afraid of weekly billing.”

Rob says Flick has given him one less thing to worry about with the running of his business - he knows the lights won’t be going off during his business rush-hour meaning he’s as happy as his own customers.

Flick's better for business

Price alerts: Flick customers receive alerts when prices are rising via their app. This empowers customers to take charge of their electricity expenditure by shifting consumption.

Weekly billing: One of Flick's unique features is that customers are billed weekly on an actual reading (no estimates!) via their smart meter. This approach is better for cash flow and eliminates the stress of getting a huge bill at the end of the month.

No Fixed Term Contracts: Flick believes customers should be free to leave at any time if they’re not loving the Flick experience, so we don’t lock customers into contracts with nasty break fees.

Easy to switch: It takes less than 3 minutes over the phone or online, and Flick manages the transition directly with your previous power company so you don’t have to handle any awkward conversations.

Questions? We've got the answers!

Can you supply my business?

We're keen to supply your SME business! We currently supply businesses that have a smart meter throughout most of the North Island and parts of the South Island. Email us at or give us a call on 0800 4 FLICK (0800 435 425) and we'll check if we're able to take you on.

What are Flick's business rates?

To get a price for your business fill in your details and one of our team will get back to you in a flash.

Flick passes through the wholesale costs of electricity to customers, then charges a separate fee to be their retailer. Our approach is transparent and fair.

Because we pass through the wholesale costs of supply, which includes the spot price of electricity, our customers make significant savings by riding the highs and lows of the spot market - an average of 18%. Customers who can shift heavy electricity use to lower price times of day save even more! Read Wellington cafe owner, Rob Crisp's story to find out how Flick works for his small business.

Read more about how Flick works.

Does my business need a smart meter?

Flick uses half - hourly usage data, which means your business will need a smart meter to join us. This eliminates estimated readings, making your data and billing accurate – every time.

What are my billing options?

We bill weekly. Bills are emailed every Tuesday, and payment is taken on a Thursday. This makes it easy to know exactly what’s coming, and helps you keep on top of your bills.

Can I consolidate my invoices for all the accounts I hold with you?

At this stage, we send you a weekly billing email for each account separately.

What are Flick's payment terms?

Flick makes cashflow and energy cost management easier with weekly billing and smart online tools.

We bill customers on a Tuesday, and payments are taken by Direct Debit or from a nominated Credit Card weekly on a Thursday.

In our personalised dashboard, customers can review and keep track of their half-hour usage and daily energy costs so they can identify changes they can make to save money. And our daily bill tracker means there are never any surprises come billing day. You can find out more about what to expect from your dashboard on our blog.