TasNetworks – Electricity Provider

tasnetworksTasNetworks is a major energy producer in Tasmania and can help if your property has no access to power.

TasNetworks was formed from the merger of two groups: a transmission company, Transend Networks, and the energy distributing division of Aurora Energy. The organisation are a part of the National Electricity Market which spans QLD, NSW, SA, and TAS. Apart from their work as energy providers, TasNetworks also run a telco group.

Who is TasNetworks?

Amongst many other services, TasNetworks are responsible for setting up new electricity connections in a newly established or renovated property in Tasmania.

Could you switch to TasNetworks?

If you live in Tasmania and are moving to a property without a connection to electricity, then TasNetworks may be able to service your needs. Depending on the property and job type, new connections or connection modifications with TasNetworks can range from $155 — $730.

How can I switch to TasNetworks?

To find out whether TasNetworks is for you, you can visit their website and fill out their application form. TasNetworks can often validate a connection request purely online, but must sometimes send out an engineer.

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