Verve Energy

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Verve Energy
State government owned
IndustryPower generation
FateMerged with Synergy
PredecessorWestern Power
SuccessorSynergy Generation
Founded1 April 2006 (2006-04-01)
Area served
South-west of Western Australia
Key people
Jason Waters (managing director)
ServicesElectricity generation
OwnerGovernment of Western Australia

Verve Energy was a Western Australian Government owned corporation responsible for operating the state's electricity generators on the state's South West Interconnected System (SWIS). It was split from the then vertically integrated Western Power Corporation, in 2006 during reforms to the state's electricity sector.[1]

The company was merged into Synergy in 2014.


Verve Energy owned five major power stations, supplying electricity to the South West Interconnected System:

In addition it owned various other generation plants, including the Albany Wind Farm, wind diesel, and biomass facilities.

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  1. ^ On 1 January 2014, Verve ceased trading following a merger with Synergy, the WA State Government owned energy retailer for the South West Interconnected System. The retail and generating entity trades under the business name "Synergy". "Electricity And Gas Suppliers". Office of Energy. Retrieved 29 June 2010. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)

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