The data presented here (customer numbers, distribution network overhead circuit length, distribution network underground circuit length, as well as the number of distribution network poles) in those local government areas (LGAs) that Western Power fully or partially supplies electricity to.
This data does not include customers or assets from other electricity network suppliers that may also service these LGAs (such as Horizon Power). Circuit Lengths are an estimation for each Local Government Area and do not include those circuits that are exclusively designated for street-light supply.
This data is as of 8 November 2022 and as a consequence, cannot be compared to other similar information either published externally or circulated internally within Western Power.
This includes all unplanned interruptions (excludes planned interruptions and interruptions lasting one minute or less). The reliability data includes delays to restoration due to bushfire settings.
Scheduled work in 2022/2023
- 1 automation RFR
- 1 overhead customer service connection
- 6 overhead switchgear
- 10 poles
- 74 wood poles
- 2 distribution earthings
- 3 drop out fuses
- 44 distribution pole cross arms
- 1 minor asset
- 1 pole-top transformer
- 95 wood poles
- 53 insulators
- 3 overhead customer service connections
- 6 metal streetlight poles
- 7 pole stays (which keep power poles upright)
- Installation of additional 3 protection devices to better sectionalise the network and reduce the impact fault events
- Installation of 2 overhead telemetered switchgear and telemetry of 3 ground mounted switchgear to improve outage detection and response times