Phase 3 - Draft Plan Development and Engagement

Consultation has concluded

**This phase is now closed** Find out more about the 2020-2025 Draft Plan consultation here.

"We have considered in depth customer feedback from across the State. Now we need your views on our draft plan and other papers," Rob Stobbe, CEO.

Every five years all distribution network businesses undergo a regulatory reset process, run by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER). As part of this process, SA Power Networks develops a Regulatory Proposal that outlines our plans for 2020-2025.

Over Phase 3 we have been delving deep, with our stakeholders and your advocates, into our future plans for managing the network of substations, stobie poles and wires that deliver electricity to your homes and businesses. Phase 3 engagement provides you with the opportunity to contribute to Draft Plan development. You can now download the 2020-2025 Draft Plan.

You can also:

  • Ask staff a question
  • Register for project updates
  • Register for the Power@MyPlace™ (recent power bill with NMI number needed)

Help shape SA's energy network of the future.

**This phase is now closed** Find out more about the 2020-2025 Draft Plan consultation here.

"We have considered in depth customer feedback from across the State. Now we need your views on our draft plan and other papers," Rob Stobbe, CEO.

Every five years all distribution network businesses undergo a regulatory reset process, run by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER). As part of this process, SA Power Networks develops a Regulatory Proposal that outlines our plans for 2020-2025.

Over Phase 3 we have been delving deep, with our stakeholders and your advocates, into our future plans for managing the network of substations, stobie poles and wires that deliver electricity to your homes and businesses. Phase 3 engagement provides you with the opportunity to contribute to Draft Plan development. You can now download the 2020-2025 Draft Plan.

You can also:

  • Ask staff a question
  • Register for project updates
  • Register for the Power@MyPlace™ (recent power bill with NMI number needed)

Help shape SA's energy network of the future.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
  • why do i have to pay for meter readings

    ITT asked almost 2 years ago

    We apologise for not answering your question earlier. There is a cost to providing this service that is shared across all customers (it’s about $30 per annum for the average customer and this covers the capital cost of the meter, the cost of reading meters manually and data reconciliation and provision to retailers).

    Changes put in place by regulators on 1 December 2017 mean retailers have been arranging installation and reading of all new meters installed from that date – we don‘t know how they will charge their customers for this service. In our case, we will continue to read the meters we installed prior to 1 December 2017 until they are replaced and continue to charge retailers to do this work on their behalf. It is up to your retailer to determine whether they will pass on this charge or absorb it.

    Regards - the Talking Power team