Visit our dedicated consultation website, designed to seek the views and concerns of electricity consumers and stakeholders. Find out more here.
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.
At SA Power Networks, we aim to supply South Australia with a safe and uninterrupted power network. However, these interruptions can be caused by a range of factors, including severe weather conditions, motor vehicle accidents or even possums or birds on powerlines. If you do experience a power outage, you can report it online here, or please call our Faults and Emergencies Service on 13 13 66. For tips on what to do during a power outage please visit our website.
The Stobie pole, a unique South Australian icon, is celebrating 90 years of service to our State. The steel and concrete pole was designed by James Cyril Stobie in 1924 to compensate for the State's lack of suitable timber for wooden poles. The first Stobie pole was installed on South Terrace by the Adelaide Electricity Supply Company. The Stobie pole has weathered many storms and fires to become a well recognised local icon and in 2002 it was added to the BankSA Heritage Icon list.
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.