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CitiPower is responsible for providing electricity to around 295,000 customers in Melbourne's CBD and inner suburbs. They own and maintain a network covering approximately 157 square kilometres, bordered in the south by Port Phillip Bay, Balaclava Road and Toorak Road; in the east by Warrigal Road; in the north by the Yarra River, Dundas Street and Moreland Road; and in the west the Yarra River, Maribyrnong River and Moonee Ponds Creek.
CitiPower is 51 percent owned by Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited and Hongkong Electric Holdings Limited, which form part of the Cheung Kong Group of companies. The remaining 49 percent is owned by Spark Infrastructure, which is a public company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Phone:13 12 80
Jemena Electricity Networks is the new name for Alinta AE. Jemena supplies electricity to approximately 285,000 homes and businesses in the north-west greater metropolitan region of Melbourne.
It owns and operates approximately 10,285 kilometres of wires and cables covering an area of 950 square kilometres.
Jemena is now owned by Singapore Power International.
Powercor Australia is the largest electricity distributor in Victoria, and supplies electricity to approximately 662,000 customers in Melbourne's outer western suburbs and in regional and rural centres in the central and western areas of the state such as Ballarat, Bendigo and Geelong. Powercor is responsible for a supply area of 150,000 square kilometres including half a million poles and more than 80,000 kilometres of power lines.
Powercor is 51 percent owned by Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited and Hongkong Electric Holdings Limited, which form part of the Cheung Kong Group of companies. The remaining 49 percent is owned by Spark Infrastructure, which is a public company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Phone:13 24 12
SP AusNet distributes electricity to 600,000 customers in the eastern metropolitan area of Melbourne and eastern Victoria. They are responsible for a supply area of 80,000 square kilometres which includes 46,000 kilometres of wires and cables.
SP AusNet is a public company listed on both the Australian and Singapore Stock Exchanges. Singapore Power International is the majority shareholder with a 51% interest.
united energy distribution
United Energy Distribution is responsible for supplying electricity to over 600,000 homes and businesses in the south-east Melbourne metropolitan area and the Mornington Peninsula.
They own and manage 12,600 km of wires and cables covering an area of around 1,450 square kilometres.
United Energy Distribution is 34% owned by Alinta (Singapore Power International) and 66% owned by DUET (Diversified Utilities and Energy Trusts).