At Powerlink, safety is essential – for our employees, contractors and the community.

Our response to the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) crisis remains focused on ensuring we maintain a secure and reliable transmission supply for almost five million Queenslanders who we know are relying on us.

Our team has plans in place to ensure essential workers are available to maintain critical operational and business functions and we can continue responding as we always do.

Be assured we have no concerns about impacts to power supply or our transmission network from COVID-19. 

We continue to work with government and our energy industry colleagues to implement support measures for our customers and communities wherever possible.

Read more about what we are doing to help during this difficult time: 


Our laboratory services are currently not impacted.

As a precaution we request that any deliveries made are non-contact. Please place the delivery on the trolley provided adjacent to the laboratory door. Please also call ahead if you require replacement oil sample kits. This will help reduce waiting time.

If it is critical you speak to a laboratory staff member once you are on site, please ensure you wear a mask and adhere to social distancing recommendations.  


Powerlink’s Network Property Services are currently not impacted.  We continue to receive and conduct property search services for our customers.

Submit your property searches via our property search page, and these will continue to be processed within two business days of receipt, as normal. If you need to speak with a member of our team please email [email protected] during this time.


The Queensland Government has a range of relief options and schemes to support electricity customers

The Australian Government is also working with state and territory governments, industry and stakeholders to implement support measures. Read how the energy sector is responding to the novel coronavirus for Australian businesses and households. 

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The COVID-19 pandemic can impact our customers and the communities in which we operate.

As a signatory to The Energy Charter and aligned with one of our corporate values of Customer, we are undertaking a range of activities to help our customers and local communities during this time.

Find out more about the 'We've got you' campaign.