SA Power Networks

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SA Power Networks
Type Private
Industry Energy
Predecessor(s) Electricity Trust of South Australia
Headquarters Adelaide, Australia
Area served South Australia
Key people Peter Tulloch
Chairman
Products Electricity distribution
Website Official website

SA Power Networks (previously ETSA Utilities) is the operator of the South Australian electricity distribution network, delivering electricity from the high voltage transmission network connection points through a network of about 87,500 kilometres of powerlines, to about 830,000 residential and business customers throughout most of South Australia.

SA Power Networks is the fifth largest electricity distributor in the Australian National Electricity Market.

ETSA Utilities changed its name to SA Power Networks effective 3 September 2012.[1]

Regulated electricity distribution[edit]

SA Power Networks operates its electricity distribution business under a licence granted by the Government of South Australia.

The business is subject to regulation by the Australian Energy Regulator and Essential Services Commission of South Australia. Regulation of the business primarily relates to the tariffs required to meet regulated service standards cost efficiently.

SA Power Networks ABN 13 332 330 749 is a partnership of: CKI Utilities Development Limited http://www.ckh.com.hk/eng/index.html PAI Utilities Development Limited (Each incorporated in The Bahamas) ABN 65 090 718 880 ABN 82 090 718 951 Spark Infrastructure SA (No. 1) Pty Ltd Spark Infrastructure SA (No. 2) Pty Ltd Spark Infrastructure SA (No. 3) Pty Ltd (Each incorporated in Australia) ABN 54 091 142 380 ABN 19 091 143 038 ABN 50 091 142 362 Principal place of business: 1 Anzac Highway Keswick, South Australia, 5035 Australia Telephone (08) 8404 5667 Postal address: GPO Box 77, Adelaide, SA 5001

Other business activities[edit]

SA Power Networks also competes in the un-regulated energy market providing infrastructure construction and maintenance services to industry and government.

Sponsorship[edit]

SA Power Networks are sponsoring the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2014, including Stobie the Disco Cuttlefish.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Giuseppe Tauriello (17 July 2012). "ETSA to change name as part of major rebrand". Retrieved 1 September 2012. 

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