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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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Drivers warned following increase in power line incidents

A recent surge in the number of incidents where vehicles have hit Stobie poles or contacted power lines has prompted safety warnings from SA Power Networks. Read the media release here


Revised Regulatory Proposal lodged with AER

SA Power Networks has lodged a Revised Regulatory Proposal with the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) in the latest step in the process to determine the revenue required to manage the SA electricity distribution network through 2015-2020. The Revised Proposal ensures continued efficient and sustainable delivery of distribution services in the long term interests of customers. See the media release or view the Revised Proposal.


Tariff updates for business customers

SA Power Networks is currently transitioning customers to demand-based tariffs from traditional tariffs based almost solely on accumulated energy consumption. This is consistent with the direction set by the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC), which requires all electricity distributors to phase in cost-reflective tariffs. The LV Actual Demand Tariff and LV Agreed Demand Tariff apply to many large business customers from 1 July 2015.


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