Major consultation includes online opportunity for customers to get talking about power
SA Power Networks is calling on South Australians to have their say regarding future plans for the electricity distribution network by registering with talkingpower.com.au. Click here to find out more.
ESCoSA report confirms appropriate December storm response by SA Power Networks
SA Power Networks welcomes the report of the Essential Services Commission of South Australia into SA Power Networks’ response to the 27-29 December 2016 storm, which impacted 183,000 customers. Click here for further details.
Farmers warned of deadly risk
A series of incidents involving machinery bringing down power lines in the past week has prompted an urgent warning from SA Power Networks of the deadly threat posed by power lines on rural properties. More information here.
SA Power Networks initiates major action on pay equality
SA Power Networks has confirmed its leadership as an employer of choice, announcing changes to maternity and parental leave arrangements to ensure women in particular are not financially disadvantaged during their careers. It’s also announced action to support employees who are victims of domestic violence. Click here for more details.
Councils offered cost effective plan for replacement of street lights with LEDs
SA Power Networks is proposing a changeover of South Australia’s street lights to more sustainable LED technology – publishing new street light tariffs that resolve the issue of funding of the transition to LEDs, and which allow councils to benefit from lower energy costs and potential future "smart city" innovations. Click here for further details.
SA Power Networks build, maintain, upgrade and extend a network currently delivering power to around 850,000 customers.