Public Lighting Working Group

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In December 2018, a Public Lighting Working Group (PLWG) was established to provide a representative group for Councils to work with the Local Government Association (LGA), SA Power Networks, and the Department of Infrastructure and Transport (DIT) on public lighting matters.

The group aims to identify and progress key priorities for public lighting services in South Australia to facilitate cooperation and collaboration between members of the group, share knowledge, and build capacity in the public lighting sector.

Reset 2025 to 2030 - We want to hear from you

SA Power Networks are now conducting customer engagement to inform our 2025-2030 Regulatory proposal (‘Reset’). The Reset process occurs every five years to develop our regulatory proposal to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER), which outlines our plans for the South Australian distribution network and how we will meet our customers’ needs.

For more information please see the invitation here.

To register your interest to attend please RSVP by 23 September 2022.

Membership of PLWG

The meetings are chaired by Nathan Petrus, Executive Director Member Services. Local Government Association membership includes the following representatives:

  • Council representatives
    • Joe Ielasi, City of West Torrens
    • Michael Pavlovich, City of Salisbury
    • David Baird, Mount Barker District Council
    • Chris Haskas, City of Mitcham
    • Andrew Alderson, City of Norwood, Payneham, St Peters
    • Ben Calder / Sal Jarudo, City of Onkaparinga
    • Adam Gray, City of Charles Sturt
    • Abdullah Mahmoud, City of Mt Gambier
    • Cr Paul Jenner, City of Mt Gambier
  • Department of Infrastructure and Transport South Australia (DIT)
    • John Brodie
  • Consultants (as required)
    • Alexi Lynch, Ironbark
  • Local Government Association of South Australia (LGA)
    • Nathan Petrus, Executive Director Member Services
  • SA Power Networks
    • Erin Hampton, Stakeholder Engagement Lead
    • Jehad Ali, Asset Services Manager
    • Debbie Voltz, Regulatory Analyst - Financial
    • Lachlan Keller, Operational Asset Management

Read the Terms of Reference for the PLWG for further information.

In December 2018, a Public Lighting Working Group (PLWG) was established to provide a representative group for Councils to work with the Local Government Association (LGA), SA Power Networks, and the Department of Infrastructure and Transport (DIT) on public lighting matters.

The group aims to identify and progress key priorities for public lighting services in South Australia to facilitate cooperation and collaboration between members of the group, share knowledge, and build capacity in the public lighting sector.

Reset 2025 to 2030 - We want to hear from you

SA Power Networks are now conducting customer engagement to inform our 2025-2030 Regulatory proposal (‘Reset’). The Reset process occurs every five years to develop our regulatory proposal to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER), which outlines our plans for the South Australian distribution network and how we will meet our customers’ needs.

For more information please see the invitation here.

To register your interest to attend please RSVP by 23 September 2022.

Membership of PLWG

The meetings are chaired by Nathan Petrus, Executive Director Member Services. Local Government Association membership includes the following representatives:

  • Council representatives
    • Joe Ielasi, City of West Torrens
    • Michael Pavlovich, City of Salisbury
    • David Baird, Mount Barker District Council
    • Chris Haskas, City of Mitcham
    • Andrew Alderson, City of Norwood, Payneham, St Peters
    • Ben Calder / Sal Jarudo, City of Onkaparinga
    • Adam Gray, City of Charles Sturt
    • Abdullah Mahmoud, City of Mt Gambier
    • Cr Paul Jenner, City of Mt Gambier
  • Department of Infrastructure and Transport South Australia (DIT)
    • John Brodie
  • Consultants (as required)
    • Alexi Lynch, Ironbark
  • Local Government Association of South Australia (LGA)
    • Nathan Petrus, Executive Director Member Services
  • SA Power Networks
    • Erin Hampton, Stakeholder Engagement Lead
    • Jehad Ali, Asset Services Manager
    • Debbie Voltz, Regulatory Analyst - Financial
    • Lachlan Keller, Operational Asset Management

Read the Terms of Reference for the PLWG for further information.

  • Public Lighting Working Group (PLWG)

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    The PLWG has been meeting on a monthly basis since its establishment in December 2018. Copies of the minutes and other key documents for the PLWG are available on the Talking Power website - click here for more information.

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