Who we are

Welcome to Endeavour Energy. We distribute affordable, safe and reliable electricity to 2.4 million people or more than one million connected customers in homes and businesses across Sydney’s Greater West, the Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands, the Illawarra and the South Coast.

Due to rapid industry changes, we are transitioning from a traditional ‘poles and wires’ business to a distributed services operator. We’re working with customers, stakeholders and regulators to help deliver a clean energy future where smart meters, batteries and solar enable customers to generate, store and sell back electricity into the grid.

Endeavour Energy is 50.4 percent owned by an Australian-led consortium of long-term investors in the private sector operating the network under a 99-year lease. The private sector consortium comprises of Australia’s Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, AMP Capital on behalf of REST Industry Super, Canada’s British Columbia Investment Management Corporation and Qatar Investment Authority.

The remaining 49.6 percent is held by the State of NSW via a corporation constituted under the Electricity Retained Interest Corporations Act 2015..

Our network

With an estimated value of $6.7 billion, our network supplies 1,034,215 customers spanning ver 25,000 square kilometres. It is made up of more than 430,000 power poles and streetlight columns, 202 major substations and 32,600 distribution substations connected by nearly 60,600 kilometres (more than the distance from Sydney to London and back) of underground and overhead cables.

Where we operate

We service the third largest economy in Australia. Our area includes Sydney’s second airport, its surrounding Aerotropolis, and the NSW Government’s priority land release areas in Sydney’s North West and South West.

Over the next 20 years, these areas will be home to communities similar in size to Wollongong and Canberra. The population of Western Sydney is expected to increase by 900,000 over this time and we expect more than 20,000 new customers will connect to the network each year.

What we believe in and how we work

Our values form the basis of everything we do. We know that the households and businesses supplied by our network count on us as we strive to achieve our business purpose:

Our customers, quite rightly, expect the highest standards from us. Our Code of Conduct is a framework for the kind of personal behaviour that is fundamental to our business success.

Find out more

You can read more about the way we work here:

Our purpose and values

Work Health and Safety Commitment Statement

Governance and management

Customer commitment statement

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