Visit our dedicated consultation website, designed to seek the views and concerns of electricity consumers and stakeholders. Find out more.
Information on current power outages, including planned outages. You can also find out helpful tips on what to do if the power is out in your area.
Has the power gone out in your area? Use our online form to tell us where the power is out.
Notice a street light not working? Report the light today using our online street light fault reporting. Using Google maps, its never been easier to notify us when a street light is in need of repair.
Power interruptions to reduce bushfire risk
The Country Fire Service and SA Power Networks are using Bushfire Action Week to remind
South Australians that they could face interruptions to power supplies during the Fire Danger
Season in Extreme or Catastrophic fire conditions. Read More.
Mount Barker development - feedback wanted
SA Power Networks is inviting landholders and the local community to provide input into options for supplying electricity to the Mount Barker redevelopment area. A new substation and a 66,000 Volt (66kV) overhead power line will need to be built in the next six or seven years to support about 11,000 new homes and associated commercial, community and recreational development in the eastern sector of Mt Barker and provide corridors for future line extensions. Read More.
New substation for Glynde
A new substation will be built at Glynde to ensure reliable and secure electricity supply for residents of the eastern suburbs. Following an exhaustive search for an alternative site, the substation will be built on the original site purchased in 1957. Read more.
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Register for Power@MyPlace today!
Power@MyPlace is a free new service offered by SA Power Networks that will let you know by SMS or email when we are aware of a power outage affecting your place and when we believe power will be restored.You can also elect to find out when we are next reading the meter in your area. Register today.
Report a power outage online
Did you know that instead of calling us you can now report a power outage online? Click through to our easy to use power outage reporting page.
SA Power Networks build, maintain, upgrade and extend a network currently delivering power to more than 830,000 customers.