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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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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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Latest News More

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.


Farmers warned of silent but potentially deadly risk

SA Power Networks is reminding farmers planning to take advantage of season-opening rains of the deadly threat posed by power lines on their properties. For further information, click here.


About us More

SA Power Networks build, maintain, upgrade and extend a network currently delivering power to around 850,000 customers.