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Issue 26 Spring/Summer 2011
ESV has released its first report into the regulation of the safety performance of Victoria’s electricity distribution businesses. It details the results of nine separate audits of the distribution businesses and one audit of the transmission business, assessing how well the five companies inspected and maintained powerlines during 2010 to minimise the risk of failure and fire.
Issue 25 Winter/Spring 2011
Our feature story this month is about a new and exciting product that can generate highly efficient electricity for a property, and even produce enough to sell the excess back to the grid. After years of development, this new ceramic fuel technology product recently received Australian Gas Association accreditation. It is amazing what this might mean for the future of energy supplies.
Issue 24 Autumn/Winter 2011
In this issue: ESV’s Carbon Monoxide campaign. Consultation paper highlights range of options to reduce bushfire risk from electricity infrastructure. Public should have confidence the new meters are being installed safely, says draft ESV report.
Issue 23 Summer/Autumn 2011
In this issue: ESV’s audit of Smart Meter installation process, new Carbon Monoxide poisoning campaign, new Terms of Reference for Powerline Bushfire Safety Taskforce.
Issue 22 Spring/Summer 2010
Issue 21 Winter/Spring 2010
In this issue: Ending the confusion on who can install solar panels. Victorian bushfires Royal Commission Reports. Man electrocuted allegedly stealing copper. How to service gas appliances.
Issue 20 Autumn/Winter 2010
In this issue: ESV’s new industry committee on solar panels. Pilot killed when helicopter crashes after hitting powerlines. Introduction of Electricity Safety (Registration and Licensing) Regulations 2010. ESV alerts certifying bodies over explosions in ovens in schools.
Issue 19 Summer/Autumn 2010
In this issue: Eight electrocutions in six months including three in three days. New fees for certificates of electrical safety. Transmission towers collapse. ESV’s billboard advertising campaign.