We operate and maintain one of Australia’s largest electricity networks covering an area of around 25,000 square kilometres in South East Queensland stretching from the NSW border in the south to Gympie in the north. This includes the major population areas of Brisbane, the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Ipswich, Redlands, Logan and Moreton Bay.
We provide services more to than 1.4 million domestic and business customers, across a growing population base of around 3.4 million people.
Our power is supplied through more than 54,000km of underground cables and overhead lines, 288 substations and 50,000 distribution transformers. Our high-performing network consists of property, plant and equipment worth more than $12 billion.
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Electricity easements are required for us to maintain and safely operate our powerlines. Find out more information on what are easements and why they are necessary.
Overhead & underground powerlines
Our network is made up of both overhead powerlines and underground cables. See what's considered when determining the type of construction to be used.
Properties owned by Energex
Electric & magnetic fields
Information about EMF including common sources and typical measurements.
Understanding the network
Our electricity network is made up of many complex components. Find out more on these key components.
The South East Queensland electricity network
Did you know our network spans more than 25,000 square kilometers? Read more on the Energex network.
230 volt transition
Find out more about the change from 240 volts to 230 volts
LV network monitoring trial
Read about the Low Voltage Network Monitoring Trial being run in selected areas throughout Queensland.