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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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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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Register for SMS or email updates about power outages at your place, or to be notified a few days before we read meters in your area.

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New Online Services

SA Power Networks has made it even easier for customers by introducing a range of new services that are optimised for smart phones and other mobile devices. The new online services include: suburb/postcode search capability for power outages; a State-wide outage map; easier power outage and street light fault reporting; and registering for SMS alerts about meter reading and power outages. Customers simply visit sapowernetworks.com.au on their device and bookmark the app. See how to do that here or read the full media release.


ENA research update

New economic research from the ENA highlights that integration, not 'defection', is the future of energy. Read the ENA's latest media release and infographic here.  


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.