SA lockdown - what you can expect over the coming days

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In response to the SA Coronavirus lockdown, we are cancelling all non-critical work. Our focus will be to continue to undertake work critical to ensuring safe and reliable electricity supply. This means we will respond as necessary to power outages and will undertake emergency and bushfire-related work needed to keep the community and network safe. Wherever possible we will avoid attending your property unless it is requested or absolutely necessary. If we do attend, we will be observing COVID-safe protocols.

The best way to keep up-to-date about power outages affecting your property, including any cancellations or changes, is via the free SMS and email messages. If you aren’t already registered you can do so at outage updates.

We hope everyone stays safe during these next few days.


In response to the SA Coronavirus lockdown, we are cancelling all non-critical work. Our focus will be to continue to undertake work critical to ensuring safe and reliable electricity supply. This means we will respond as necessary to power outages and will undertake emergency and bushfire-related work needed to keep the community and network safe. Wherever possible we will avoid attending your property unless it is requested or absolutely necessary. If we do attend, we will be observing COVID-safe protocols.

The best way to keep up-to-date about power outages affecting your property, including any cancellations or changes, is via the free SMS and email messages. If you aren’t already registered you can do so at outage updates.

We hope everyone stays safe during these next few days.


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