Energy networks are the lower pressure gas pipes and low, medium and high voltage electricity lines that transmit and distribute gas and electricity from energy transmission systems directly to the doorsteps of energy customers.
Twenty-five electricity and gas network companies are members of ENA, providing governments, policy-makers and the community with a single point of reference for major energy network issues in Australia.
With more than $100 billion in assets nationally and 13 million customer connections across the National Energy Market (NEM), Australia’s energy networks provide the final step in the safe and reliable delivery of gas and electricity to households, businesses and industries.
ENA’s focus is on issues affecting gas distribution and electricity transmission and distribution networks. These issues include the national and state government policy and regulatory environments under which energy networks must operate, and key technical issues such as network safety and security of supply, reliability and power quality, the management of peak energy demand and energy efficiency.
For more information on the Energy Networks Association, please visit www.ena.asn.au.