News

  • Yallourn's major outage improves efficiency to power 25,000 extra homes

    The latest major outage at EnergyAustralia's Yallourn Power Station will complete a five-year project to improve efficiency, allowing Yallourn to produce power for 25,000 extra homes from the same amount of coal.

  • Phone scam alert

    Some consumers have recently received unsolicited phone calls from people claiming to work for EnergyAustralia. These callers typically demand money and threaten to disconnect power if some payment is not made.

  • EnergyAustralia boosts Gippsland economy through hockey sponsorship

    The EnergyAustralia Australasian Club Championships Inline Hockey Tournament is lining up to pass up to $700,000 into Gippsland's economy over the Easter break this year.

  • Stronger compliance processes introduced to protect customers

    The Federal Court has today approved a settlement between EnergyAustralia and the ACCC and AER after its third party sales contractor, Bright Choice (which traded as TeleChoice), breached sales compliance regulations.

  • EnergyAustralia Moe Dance Eisteddfod bigger and better than ever

    The EnergyAustralia Moe Dance Eisteddfod will see record-breaking numbers of dancers from across Gippsland and beyond leap, pirouette and step-ball-change on a bigger stage this year.

  • EnergyAustralia sells minority interest in Waterloo Wind Farm

    EnergyAustralia has agreed to sell its remaining 25 per cent equity interest in the 111MW Waterloo Wind Farm, and the development rights to the Waterloo expansion project, to Palisade Investment Partners and Northleaf Capital Partners.

  • Scam alert

    Please be aware of a potential phone scam. An organisation cold calling customers and identifying itself as TRUelectricity is falsely claiming it is affiliated with EnergyAustralia to offer customers better discounts.

  • New apprentices get their start at Yallourn Power Station

    Six Gippslanders have begun honing their skills in the power industry, with EnergyAustralia’s newest apprentices starting work onsite at Yallourn Power Station this week.

  • Simple tips to help Australians reduce pool costs this summer

    Relaxing in a backyard pool or spa doesn’t have to cost a fortune for Australians this summer, with a few simple steps helping reduce electricity use and costs, EnergyAustralia’s Acting General Manager - Energy Services Gavin Lewis said today.

  • EnergyAustralia and contractors donate thousands to Latrobe community groups

    EnergyAustralia and its contractors at Yallourn Power Station are donating more than $21,000 in funding and items to three community groups in the Latrobe Valley as part of a safety initiative.