Power and Water counters will be closed for staff training during the following days and times.
For urgent Jacana Energy enquiries during these times please call us on 1800 JACANA (1800 522 262)
We are receiving multiple reports that telephone scams are occurring within the Northern Territory. Callers claiming to be from Jacana Energy are threatening to immediately disconnect power if large sums of money are not paid. We would like to remind our customers to be cautious when giving out their personal details or banking information.
Jacana Energy is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Victor Browner as its new Chief Executive Officer following an extensive recruitment process. Mr Browner will take up the position on 2 May 2017.
SecureNT is the gateway to information for preparing and getting through emergencies in the Northern Territory.
This page provides a summary of the valid weather warnings issued in this state.
Information from the network provider on interruptions to the power supply and restoration work.
Up to 100 people attended and over $1,500 were raised in support of Territory families doing it tough this Christmas at the Jacana Energy Salvation Army High Tea for Hope on Tuesday 6 December.
Jacana Energy is supporting St Vincent de Paul’s CEO Sleepout to help provide emergency assistance and pathways to a brighter future for homeless Territorians. Challenge yourself to a bit of Trivia in support of this worthy cause at the Jacana Energy-sponsored CEO Sleepout Trivia Night on Tuesday 31 May from 6pm, at the Trailer Boat Club.
We are receiving multiple reports that telephone and door-to-door scams are occurring within the Northern Territory. Although we have had no confirmed report of any scam involving Jacana Energy, we would like to remind our customers to be cautious when giving out their personal details or banking information.
Jacana Enery is making it easier than ever for customers to set-up direct debit and smooth out the cost of their bills over time.
It’s that time of year again when we can’t live without our air-conditioners. During the wet/summer season we use more electricity to keep cool and our appliances work harder in the heat.
So how can we minimise the impact of using more electricity on the family’s budget?
The Northern Territory Government advises that:
'Preliminary reports show that Saturday’s outage in Alice Springs was caused by a generation issue, which would not entitle customers to compensation.
However, a full and thorough investigation into the incident is underway and no final decision on compensation will be made until the investigation is completed.'
Power supply in Alice Springs failed at about 2:45pm on Saturday 30 January due to a generator failure at the Ron Goodin Power Station owned and operated by Territory Generation. Read the latest update...
JACANA ENERGY is spreading the Christmas cheer through supporting the Salvation Army’s Christmas initiatives and introducing a discounted electricity tariff for charitable organisations registered as Public Benevolent Institutions (PBI).
JACANA ENERGY is launching an energy efficiency campaign to help customers identify how to lower their electricity use and save on their bill during the wet/summer season.
JACANA ENERGY has launched their Switch to Six tariff offering the flexibility of two different electricity prices depending on the time customers use electricity.
Many Territory businesses are confused about what makes up an electricity tariff and choosing the right deal is not always simple. That's where we can help.
On 1 August, The NT Government removed the electricity subsidy provided to Darwin – Katherine based business customers using between 750MWh and 2GWh of electricity per year (i.e. commercial customers deemed Tranche 4 Constrained Tariff).