Essential Energy - Faulty streetlight reporting portal
To help ensure our communities are safe and their streets are appropriately lit, Essential Energy has released a new easy-to-use tool for reporting faulty streetlights on our website, replacing the previous ‘Neatstreets’ system.?
- Residents can access the portal from their computer, mobile or tablet via the Essential Energy website
- No need to download an application or login to an account
- Improved customer experience from a system more aligned to their needs
- Reporting defects made easier with a seamless design and enhanced technology
- Improved communication pathways between customers and Essential Energy
What this means for you
As our business partner, we would appreciate your help in making this change a success. Please consider supporting this initiative by:
- Promoting the new system via your social media, website or public communications
- Visiting our system to test its functionalities and experience the improvements firsthand
- Sharing questions, suggestions, or feedback with firstname.lastname@example.org
More information is available in this short video
, alternatively please reach out to me if you have any other questions.
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