Network Plans and Reports

Energex produces a number of key reports which highlight how the business upgrades, maintains and operates the South East Queensland electricity network. Most of these reports are updated annually and are provided to various key community stakeholders and regulators.

Bushfire Risk Management Plan

Energex's Bushfire Risk Management Plan outlines how we manage our assets that minimises the risk of bushfires and to minimise the associated risk to our assets and customer supply reliability during times of bushfire. 

The Plan is updated annually in consultation with the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.

Distribution Annual Planning Report (DAPR)

The Distribution Annual Planning Report (DAPR) has been prepared to comply with National Electricity Rules (NER) clause 5.13.2. The DAPR is also in compliance with the Electricity Distribution Network Code, clause 2.3.

The DAPR covers a rolling five year planning cycle. Energex has developed the report as part of our commitment to providing a reliable, safe and cost-effective supply to our customers in South East Queensland.

The DAPR is comprised of two Volumes and is available for download in PDF format via the links below:

Current Distribution Annual Planning Report 

Previous Distribution Annual Planning Report

Enquiries

In accordance with NER 5.13.2(e), Energex advises that all enquiries relating to the DAPR are to be submitted by email to the Network Development & Strategic Planning Manager at DAPR_enquiries@energex.com.au

Flood Risk Management Plan

Energex's Flood Risk Management Plan outlines how we manage our assets that minimises the associated risk and customer supply reliability during times of major and moderate flood events. 

The Plan is reviewed annually to address changing risk profiles and the impacts of inundation on Energex's electricity network.

Guidelines for planning stronger, more resilient electrical infrastructure

These guidelines intend to:

  • Inform Queenslanders about the electricity supply network and the impacts that flooding and cyclones can have on electricity supply.
  • Inform Queenslanders about the impact that the 2010/2011 events had on the electrical infrastructure network.
  • Identify the lessons learnt from the recent natural disasters.
  • Provide key considerations for electricity distribution, land use planning, emergency planning and management, building and design including the home.

Zone Substation Load Data

Under the National Electricity Rules, Energex is required to make the following reports available upon request:

  • A ten year historical report containing zone substation load data for the period 1 July 2004 to 30 June 2014; and / or
  • Annual reports containing historical zone substation load data for subsequent reporting periods. These annual reports will be based on financial years (1 July to 30 June) and will be available from 30 September each year.

Energex has prepared these reports in accordance with clause 5.13A of the National Electricity Rules and they contain the following information:

  • The name of the zone substation (file name);
  • The date and time of the recorded load in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST);
  • Raw zone substation load data (in MW and MVA) measured in half-hourly intervals (where available). (Note: The load readings are measured on the secondary side of the zone substation transformers).

Energex is not required to provide zone substation data, if in our reasonable opinion, that information is confidential or commercially sensitive to a third party. 

To request a copy of this data, please complete the Zone Substation Load Data Request online form. The data will be provided in CSV format on a DVD within 30 days of receipt of your request.

Disclaimer: While every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the substation data provided under this service is complete, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. The substation data is provided ‘as is’ and the customer should not represent to any other party that the data is reliable without further validation. Except as required by law all terms, conditions, warranties, undertakings, inducements or representations whether express, implied, statutory or otherwise relating in any way to the data are expressly excluded.

Further information regarding the configuration of the distribution network can be found in Energex’s Distribution Annual Planning Report.

Summer Preparedness Plan

Every year, we complete detailed preparation and strategies for our response to the summer storm season in South East Queensland.

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