Ergon and Energex workers help restore power lines and poles along Adelaide Park Road Yeppoon after Cyclone Marcia left tens of thousands of homes without power across the region. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
Ergon and Energex workers help restore power lines and poles along Adelaide Park Road Yeppoon after Cyclone Marcia left tens of thousands of homes without power across the region. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

Ergon Energy to update electrical contractors across CQ

HUNDREDS of electrical contractors around Queensland will have a chance to get the latest updates from Ergon Energy in June when the latest round of Residential Electrical Contractor Engagement SessionS (RECESS) rolls out.

The 90-minute RECESS events will be held at Mt Isa, Townsville, Innisfail, Cairns, Toowoomba, Kingaroy, Hervey Bay, Bundaberg, Mackay, Rockhampton, Biloela and Gladstone between 1 and 18 June.

The Rockhampton session will be held at CQ Leagues Club, 1 Lion Creek Rd on Tuesday June 16 between 5pm and 6.30pm.

"We have been holding RECESS twice a year for a number of years now and each event is a valuable opportunity for a two-way flow of important information relating to safety and legislation," said Executive General Manager Customer Service Peter Billing.

He said this round of RECESS will include information about our new Electrical Partner Portal, new electrical connection requirements, and new tariffs from 1 July 2015.

"There will also be updates from the Electrical Safety Office, Dial Before You Dig and Telstra, as well as product information from major suppliers," Mr Billing added.

"These are valuable opportunities for the industry to share information with us too, so we're really looking forward to the conversation," Mr Billing said.

Anyone interested in attending a RECESS event should visit Ergon's RECESS site and follow the registration links.

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