Ergon Energy Network crews are ready to respond to any damage caused by ex-Tropical Cyclone Tiffany, as soon as it is safe to do so.
Ergon Energy Network crews have been making good progress restoring power to the Maryborough CBD and other parts of flood-ravaged Wide Bay and Burnett
The world’s oldest and best-loved pilot is urging others to download Ergon Energy’s free Look Up and Live app to plan safe work near powerlines.
After 272 dog-related incidents affecting Queensland electricity meter readers in less than two years, Ergon Energy is appealing to dog owners to do their bit to keep their communities safe.
As Queenslanders prepare to light up their homes and neighbourhoods for Christmas, Ergon Energy Netowrk is urging everyone to ensure it’s done with electrical safety in mind.
An increase in motorists crashing into green electrical pillar boxes found in Queensland’s underground power housing estates has sparked a warning from Ergon Energy.
Ergon Energy crews are all set for summer and they’re urging their fellow Queenslanders to ensure they too are prepared for the impact of severe storms, floods, cyclones and bushfires.
As Townsville Police investigate a recent spate of copper theft from the electricity network, Ergon Energy is warning thieves and vandals are putting lives at risk.
Ergon Energy and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) are urging property owners to take extra precautions while conducting controlled burns near the electricity network.
After a couple of electric shock close calls with members of the public in recent times and the gardening season now here, Ergon Energy is urging people not to plant tall trees or bamboo near powerlines.
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