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Talking Power

Visit our dedicated consultation website, designed to seek the views and concerns of electricity consumers and stakeholders. Find out more.

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Put yourself in power

As one of South Australia's largest employers, SA Power Networks offers a rewarding and flexible work environment.

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Electricity supply update - Sampson Flat fire grounds

Wednesday 21 January 2015
SA Power Networks has reconnected power supply to all customers who didn't suffer fire damage and who were able to be safely reconnected in the Sampson Flat fire grounds. We understand there may be some customers who have suffered fire damage who are unsure how to go about restoring power after the bushfire. We urge anyone who does not yet have power restored as a result of damage from the fire or from being disconnected due to safety reasons, and who haven't yet contacted us, to do so on 13 13 66. We will respond to your request as a priority.


How does SA Power Networks prepare for bushfire season?

As the recent Sampson Flat fire has reminded us, bushfires pose a very real threat to lives and property. Each year we prepare for summer and the bushfire season to ensure, as much as possible, the safety of the public and our network. Check out our bushfire prevention activities infographic.


2015-2020 Regulatory Proposal submitted

SA Power Networks has submitted its Proposal for managing the distribution network over 2015-2020, with good news on our prices for managing the State's poles and wires. Click here to see the media release and here for the overview or full Regulatory Proposal.


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SA Power Networks build, maintain, upgrade and extend a network currently delivering power to more than 830,000 customers.