Bunya Mountains Rural Fire Brigade members sprang into action after a large tree fell across the access road to the Bunya Mountains Rainforest Estate on Sunday night.
Ergon Energy crews have been making good progress restoring power to parts of the Wide Bay Burnett ravaged by ex-Tropical Cyclone Seth.
A rise in the number of motorists crashing into green electrical pillar boxes has sparked a warning from Ergon Energy.
Ergon Energy and Energex are inviting applications for their 2022 apprenticeship intake.
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation has welcomed an electricity rebate announced by the State Government to assist farmers transitioning to new retail tariffs but has suggested they speak to Ergon Energy before the July 1 implementation.
The next generation of electricity industry tradespersons has hit the ground running at Ergon Energy and Energex training centres across Queensland.
Two Queensland meter readers are recovering from serious injuries after being attacked by dogs on the loose.
Ergon Energy is reminding customers with solar PV systems of the potential dangers they pose to crews restoring power after storms.
Ergon Energy, Energex and Powerlink are seeking participants for the Queensland Household Energy Survey – and the incentive is the chance to win a $100 gift card!
Ergon Energy is urging customers who rely on advanced medical equipment to have a plan in place for unexpected power outages, especially with a severe storm season predicted.
Ergon Energy is pleading for all heavy machinery operators to take care and stay “line aware” after four separate incidents of equipment hitting powerlines during the past 48 hours.
Applications will open on Friday for apprenticeships next year at Ergon Energy and Energex.
Tuesday morning’s blackout across the South Burnett was triggered by safety equipment cutting in.
Noticed the smoke around this week? That’s because there’s been a lot of permitted burns happening around the South Burnett.
Ergon Energy is encouraging most home owners with solar panels to become “solar soakers”, ie. use their solar power rather than export it into the grid.
An electricity pole has been blamed for sparking a grassfire on a property in Birt Road, north of Kingaroy, on Friday afternoon
Ergon Energy substations have high fences, danger signs and security around them for a reason – the high voltage equipment inside can kill instantly.
Wildlife is believed to be the cause of a power outage which blacked out portions of Kingaroy on Sunday morning.
Ergon Energy says a number of home gardeners in Queensland are lucky to be alive after the trees and vegetation they were cutting recently came into contact with powerlines.
Ergon Energy has modified its popular Safety Heroes program for easy home delivery by parents and caregivers during the COVID-19 lockdown.