Have you ever felt an electrical shock or tingle when touching a tap or other metal fitting in your home?
The northern and far northern regions hit new records for electricity consumption last night as customers relied on air-conditioning for relief.
As Queenslanders do their best to beat the heat, Ergon Energy is reassuring customers a dedicated team is monitoring the network and ready to respond to power outages around the clock.
House fires, electric shocks or worse could have easily occurred as a result of one of the most dangerous online-purchased Christmas lights seen in Queensland recently.
Ergon Energy is urging customers who rely on advanced medical equipment to have a plan in place for unexpected power outages, especially during storm season.
Ergon Energy has boosted storm resilience for the Woorabinda community through two key initiatives.
Inspecting damage to Queensland’s electricity network is being revolutionised thanks to the use of drones, which could help crews restore power faster after a natural disaster.
A state-wide electrical safety campaign starting this weekend aims to reduce the number of dangerous incidents involving contacts with overhead, underground and fallen powerlines.
Ergon Energy will have a strong focus on employing locals when they recruit the next generation of power industry field and substation crews through an apprenticeship recruitment campaign that begins today.
With the bushfire season officially beginning tomorrow (August 1), Ergon Energy is urging property owners planning burn-offs to take precautions to prevent damage to the electricity network.
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