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Watch electrical hazards when working in the yard this summer break

5 January 2018

Energex is urging home “do-it-yourselfers” and gardeners doing work around their yard this holiday period to beware of electrical dangers within their property. Read more...

Play it safe when packing away your Christmas lights

4 January 2018

Plenty of people will be packing away Christmas lights this weekend and, according to Energex, storing them properly gives them the best chance of being in good shape for the next festive season. Read more...

Energex’s safety tips for holiday DIY dangers

2 January 2018

If you’re planning to undertake home renovation tasks over the holidays Energex is urging you to be aware of potential electrical hazards lurking in your property. Read more...

Electric team keeping the Christmas lights twinkling

24 December 2017

While most of us will be handing out presents and sitting down to lunch with family Christmas Day a team of dedicated staff from Energex will be working hard to keep those lights on your tree twinkling. Read more...

Santa delivers a lifesaving message

18 December 2017

The world's most loved man is also the perfect poster boy for Energex's Look Up and Live high voltage safety campaign. Read more...

Safety first as Queenslanders put up Christmas lights

1 December 2017

With many Queenslanders expected to put up their Christmas decorations this weekend, Energex has joined with Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) to remind people of the potential fire and safety risks. Read more...

Partnership to help protect Queenslanders

19 October 2017

Energex is calling on local State Emergency Service (SES) groups to apply for grants to purchase vital emergency equipment through the Energising Qld SES Equipment Program. Read more...

Tech-savvy kids generate electrical safety program

4 September 2017

Electricity safety will be at the forefront of most Queensland school student’s minds this week as teachers along with Ergon Energy and Energex staff begin promoting being safe around power. Read more...

Is your life worth $30?

6 June 2017

New single electric blankets and heaters can be purchased for as little as $30 so is using a damaged one worth risking the life of a loved one? Read more...

Safety Alert: Energex proactively disconnects power to some Logan and Albert river flooding area residents

2 April 2017

Houses which have been inundated by rising flood waters from the Albert and Logan rivers have had to have their power supply cut to prevent potentially fatal electrical events. Read more...