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Ergon Energy Network and Energex trainees are being introduced to Virtual Reality simulations that complement the real-world experiences being provided by Energy Queensland’s Technical Training & Apprentices team.
Ergon Energy is warning vandals and thieves who interfere with the electricity network are risking their own lives and the community’s safety.
If powerlines fell on your vehicle after an accident – would you know what to do?
While the Easter holidays can present great opportunities for home DIY jobs, they can also offer up some serious risks.
The next generation of electricity industry tradespeople have hit the ground running at Ergon Energy and Energex training centres across Queensland, starting to learn the skills which will build and maintain the state’s energy networks for decades to come.
Significantly beefed up real-time security camera systems at Ergon Energy and Energex depots were designed to catch thieves, but they caught something completely unexpected on film recently.
A network support stand-alone power system (SAPS) solution is being trialled for two connections on a hard to access section of Ergon Energy’s network in central Queensland as part of its fringe of grid strategy.
Ergon Energy crews have restored power to 43,000 customers across Far North Queensland after gale force winds and heavy rain brought down trees and powerlines on Monday (1 March).
Two Queensland meter readers are recovering from serious injuries after being attacked by dogs on the loose.
Ergon Energy is urging Queenslanders to take care and stay line aware after a spate of potentially deadly incidents involving vehicles hitting power poles in the north of the state.
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