Changes to Safety Disconnection Contributions
Changes to Safety Disconnection Contributions

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Changes to Safety Disconnection Contributions

Effective 1 July 2024, there will be changes to the contribution provided by Aurora Energy for Safety Disconnections. A Safety Disconnection, commonly referred to as “getting your power turned off at the network connection,” is required for certain works on your property that may be near electrical service mains (overhead lines or underground cables). This could include activities such as tree trimming.

Under the new guidelines, Aurora Energy will provide funding for a "temporary disconnection of service mains or reconnection of service mains after a temporary disconnection, to allow customers to perform non-electrical building works."

The customer will now be responsible for the cost of the Safety Disconnection of power for any electrical building works.

As an Aurora-approved service provider, Delta can provide Safety Disconnection and Reconnection services. All prices are valid as of 1 July 2024 and exclude GST. They will be reviewed annually.