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.
The Company is responsible for:
The Company's strategic aim is to be a leader in electricity distribution and infrastructure services in Australia.
SA Power Networks is the fifth largest electricity distributor in the Australian National Electricity Market and is committed to providing customers with a reliable and secure electricity supply. It provides 99.97% network availability which ensures uninterrupted electricity supply to customers.
Value and encourage workplace innovation, knowing that employees have the skills and knowledge to help identify and solve problems within the business. This integrated approach helps Company in the maintenance, repair, upgrading and expansion of the regulated network to achieve its economic, community and social objectives.
From recycling a significant portion of its waste and working with councils to preserving native vegetation, to installing pollution control measures and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the Company has a proactive approach to protecting the environment and reducing its carbon footprints.
Company's partnerships with a range of community organisations and various sponsorship programs benefits hundreds of thousands of South Australians.
Some of the sponsorships offered are:
Its partnership with Adelaide Bite, South Australia's team in the new Australian Baseball League, is aimed at encouraging kids to be active and involved in baseball and raising the profile of the sport in the State.
As Program Partner of Asthma SA's 'Asthma Friendly Workplace Program', SA Power Networks is helping workplaces and employees breathe a little easier while at work.
Country Arts SA
Its long association with Country Arts SA has helped more than 100,000 people attend arts events at regional locations across the State.
Guide Dogs SA.NT
Its partnership with Guide Dogs SA.NT support people with a sensory loss and families of children living with autism.