Why we might disconnect your power after a fault
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Ever wondered how electricity gets to your home? Who’s responsible for what and why does your power sometimes go out after a fault? Get the answers here.
The transmission network is like a freeway – it transfers of electricity from where it’s generated by power stations (such as large scale solar, wind, coal, or gas) across long distances.
Power comes in and you use it, but did you ever think about how the grid connects to your house?
The energy landscape can be a little confusing. There seems to be a lot of different players, many different acronyms, and experts. The following is a quick run-down on who does what, and what their responsibility is, within the WA energy landscape.