Industry Guidelines

Energy Networks Australia has agreed to expand our relationship with SAI Global as our publishing partner for Energy Networks Australia Guidelines.

Subscribers will continue to enjoy access to current versions of Energy Networks Australia Guidelines and associated documents that have been developed within the industry for the industry, over many years. This represents a vast library of invaluable industry experience, knowledge and data. These references are now supplemented by access to electronic versions of withdrawn and superseded documents, including ESAA guidelines.

Documents are also available for purchase on individual basis in both electronic and hard copy versions.

Access the latest Energy Networks Guidelines through SAI Global, as well as the full collection of documents.

List of current ENA Guidelines (March 2019)
List of withdrawn and superseded guidelines (January 2019)
Access the list of abbreviations and definitions by Energy Networks Australia, relevant to industry guidelines and standards.

List of abbreviations
List of definitions

Argon – Safety Assessment Software

The Argon software application is a tool created to assist utility staff in developing safety criteria to match actual risk profiles in relation to power system earthing. The software is designed to be used in conjunction with the ENA Power Systems Earthing Guide (EG-0), which is available through SAI Global.

Please click here to download the latest version of the Argon Software.

Energy Networks Australia Customer Guide to Electricity Supply

Please click here to download the ENA Customer Guide to Electricity Supply.

The purpose of this document is to provide information on how electricity is supplied, the quality and reliability of electricity supply that can be expected from an electricity network, and steps that customers should take when they lose supply or believe that the quality of their supply is below an acceptable level.