The Energy and Technical Regulation Division is focused on delivering cost effective, safe, reliable and sustainable energy to the South Australian community
The Energy and Technical Regulation Division has three branches:
- Energy Policy and Projects
- Energy Programs and Services
- Office of the Technical Regulator
Energy Policy and Projects
The Energy Policy and Projects branch is responsible for policy development, advice and advocacy to ensure South Australia has secure, reliable, sustainable, competitive and cost effective electricity and gas products and services to support business and community growth. In the event of supply shortfalls, the branch supports the government’s role in the equitable management of available energy and restoration to reliable levels.
Energy Programs and Services
The Energy Programs and Services branch is responsible for developing and delivering safe, reliable energy services in remote South Australia as well as delivering a range of programs related to energy productivity and efficiency, demand management, hydrogen regulation and energy literacy and communications to the South Australian community. The branch also provides business support services to all branches in the division.
Office of the Technical Regulator
The Office of the Technical Regulator undertakes electricity and gas technical and safety regulation as well as water industry technical and safety regulation to provide enforcement, compliance and promotion of technical and safety regulation as well as management of emergency (energy related) events.