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The health and safety of our community and staff is our top priority. Due to current events, there have been some changes to how our service provider Metering Dynamics perform their onsite work.
If you have recently received a message from us advising Metering Dynamics will soon attend your premises, please call Metering Dynamics immediately on 1300 460 935 (24hrs) if any of the following apply to you:
This will allow us to assess the situation and proceed in the safest way possible.
If you have any concerns or questions please call Aurora Energy on 1300 132 003 or Metering Dynamics on 1300 460 935 (24hrs)
When you are making changes to the electricity supply at your home, you may need a new meter. Whether you are building a completely new site, installing solar or just upgrading your wiring, we’re going to be a little - or a lot - involved.
For some things it will be us (your energy retailer and our service providers), for others it will be TasNetworks (your energy distributor), and for some it will be Metering Dynamics (our Metering Coordinator). Sometimes it will be all of us. It all depends on what needs adding, updating or changing.
First up, if you require a new meter, your electrical contractor will send in the paperwork to TasNetworks. They will then send paperwork (an electrical works request or EWR) to us, and we will arrange for the new meter to be installed.
Once we get the EWR from TasNetworks, we’ll get the work scheduled in. We have an obligation to have new meters installed within 6 business days after TasNetworks has set up the poles and wires to provide the electrical supply or on a date that's convenient for you. Meter exchanges, requested by you, will be connected within 15 business days of processing your request or we will agree on a date that’s convenient for you.
Sometimes, getting all the people in the same place at the same time (such as if your contractor has to meet the crew on site), complicated jobs, contractual agreements, access, safety, and impacts to other customers can affect the timeframes and our obligations to you. We will work with you to try and make the process as smooth and efficient as possible.
If a delay occurs due to any of the above issues, we will let you know and once the issue is rectified the timeframe will be reset.
Importantly, we need clear access to where the meter, meter board and subboard are going to be installed or, if existing, where they currently are – things like building materials, dogs, locked gates and so on can get in the way. If that is the case, please let us know early on, in case we need to get you to meet us on-site.
We’ll contact you at each step of the process. We’ll let you know when we receive your request, once we’ve scheduled a date to attend your property as well as a reminder the day before.
If there is any cost associated with your electrical work, we will contact you to let you know what that cost is. The conditions on site may alter the fees you are charged.
For new connections, or connection alterations, we will pass through charges from TasNetworks, you can view all fees here (external link)
If so, the first thing you need to do is set up an account with us. To set up an account, either fill in our online connection form or give us a call on 1300 132 003.
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If there’s clear and safe access to your meter box you don’t need to be there when TasNetworks connects your electricity supply. However if your meter is inside, you have locked gates or there are dogs in the same area as the meter box, you will need to arrange for someone to be at the property to give the person connecting safe access.