For tradies, developers and other contractors

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Staying safe when working on or near the network

Working near or on our assets is dangerous. Care must be taken at all times. Here's some tips for staying safe.

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Accessing location data and map

We welcome requests from designers, architects, surveyors to access our location data. We require everyone to register and accept our terms and conditions first. You'll be provided login details. You only need to register once.


Public network map

This map provides members of the public with the location of all above-ground assets on our network to help you with planning your next job. You need to apply for access.

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New connections

In this section of the Aurora Energy website, we explain the process for getting your clients connected to the network.

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Network Connections Standards

Standards that define the technical and commercial requirements for Connections to the Aurora Energy Network.

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Easements and property rights

Helpful information about electricity easements and property rights.

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Developers and subdivisions

If you are working on a subdivision or large-scale development, here is the information you’ll need to work through with your client.