At the peak of last week’s storms, more than 27,000 Ergon Energy customers across the South Burnett and Fraser Coast lost power
Ergon Energy Retail is developing a Financial Inclusion Action Plan to support customers who face genuine hardship in paying their electricity bills.
About 400 Ergon Energy customers in the Memerambi, Gordonbrook, Durong, Proston and Boondooma areas lost power on Tuesday morning after a power pole was damaged by fire.
Ergon Energy is reminding farmers that support is available for drought-affected customers in the form of waived charges and deferred payments.
Ergon Energy is on the lookout for nine new apprentices, including an opportunity to train as a linesperson in Murgon
Ergon Energy is urging property owners planning hazard reduction burns to take precautions to prevent damage to the electricity network – and avoid potentially large repair bills.
Households could save up to $225 and small businesses up to $360 over three years, thanks to a three-month extension of Ergon’s Easy Pay Rewards offer.
Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington launched the LNP’s economic vision during her Budget Reply speech to State Parliament on Thursday, including breaking Ergon Energy’s monopoly in regional Queensland
Electricity users in regional Queensland should notice a small drop in their annual power bills following the release on Thursday of the latest review by the Queensland Competition Authority.
The Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) has launched an investigation into Ergon Energy for overcharging large regional business customers.
Ergon Energy is trialling the use of two fire-resistant products on selected power poles to determine their effectiveness in protecting them from bushfires.
A power line fault near Tessmanns Road in Kingaroy left 1460 Ergon Energy customers without power at 11:47am on Tuesday.
More than 900 Ergon Energy customers in the Kingaroy area were left without power when a tree branch severed multiple powerlines in River Road on Friday.
The announcement by the Queensland Competition Authority on Wednesday not to pass on network electricity price savings to farmers and other businesses on transitional and obsolete tariffs has been slammed as “a betrayal of rural and regional communities”.
Not-for-profit groups seeking a financial boost for their local projects are being urged to apply for their share of the Energex-Ergon Community Fund.
Young people from across the South Burnett have begun apprenticeships at Stanwell Corporation and Ergon Energy.
Ergon Energy is inviting State Emergency Service groups to apply for grants to buy vital emergency equipment.
Parts of the South Burnett lost power due to damage caused by the strong winds which accompanied Sunday night’s much-welcome rainfall.
Ergon Energy now has apprenticeship positions open throughout Queensland, including in Kingaroy, Yarraman and Toowoomba.
Property owners planning burn-offs have been urged by Ergon Energy to take precautions to prevent damage to the electricity network.
Ergon Energy and Energex have begun a recruitment drive to attract electrical engineering graduates to join the network early in 2018.
About 150 Ergon Energy customers in the southern end of Kingaroy suffered brownouts on Wednesday afternoon.
The Queensland Farmers Federation (QFF) is encouraging farmers to sign up quickly for Ergon Energy’s Agricultural Tariff Trial.