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.

What services do TasNetworks offer?

Electricity connections and disconnections

TasNetworks’ crews connect and disconnect power to properties in Tasmania. In addition to this primary service, they also offer:

  • Meter reading
  • TasNetworks-approved metre box locks available for purchase
  • Complimentary CablePI installation upon request
  • Powerline inspections
  • On-call requests such as repairing faulty streetlights, emergency servicing for fallen powerlines and more.

Online resources

There is a wide range of comprehensive information and advice on their website, including:

  • An online power outage search tool
  • Information on staying safe around electricity
  • Advice about your meter, power poles and powerlines & more.

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 your property and job type, new connections or connection modifications with TasNetworks can range from $155 onwards. Call TasNetworks on 1300 137 008 or fill out their online enquiry form for a personalised quote.

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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