Distributors own and manage the poles and wires in the street to deliver electricity to your home.
There are numerous electricity distributors licensed to deliver electricity to consumers through their networks, and they are each responsible for a specific geographic region of Australia.
|Map||NMI Prefixes||24 hour Faults Number||General Number|
|Western suburbs and western Victoria.||Map||620||13 24 12||13 22 06|
|Outer northern and eastern suburbs and eastern Victoria.||Map||630||13 17 99||1300 360 795|
|United Energy Distribution
|Southern suburbs and Mornington peninsula.||Map||640||13 20 99||1300 131 689|
|City and inner suburbs.||Map||610||13 12 80||1300 301 101|
|Northern and south-western suburbs.||Map||600||13 16 26||13 16 26|
|Essential Energy (formerly Country Energy)
|Essential Energy covers most of regional and rural New South Wales.||Map||400, 420, 440, 450||13 2080||13 2356|
|Southern South East Queensland, including the regions of Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.||Map||310||13 6262||13 1253|
|Ausgrid (formerly Energy Australia)
|Sydney, Central Coast and Hunter regions of New South Wales.||Map||410||13 1388||13 1535|
|Endeavour Energy (formerly Intergral Energy)
|Sydney's Greater West, the Southern Highlands and the Illawarra.||Map||431||13 1003||13 1081|