If you are applying to install new streetlight(s), upgrade existing streetlight(s) or request the energy efficient lantern replacement program, this application is the right one for you.
In order to complete this application, you must be a:
Major roads means a primary or secondary road depicted by a black or red line in the current edition of the Melway street directory, or a road in the non-metropolitan area designated ‘M’, ‘A’ or ‘B’ by VicRoads. Minor or non-major road lamps means a lamp installed other than on a major road and includes lamps installed in parks.
You can select the Contestability option at the application stage and include the Accredited Service Provider (ASP) if you are intending to engage them for design purposes. If you are not ready to select your Accredited Service Provider at this stage, you will have an option to download a list of ASPs and advise your project manager after application submission.
Note: Any design and construction contractors involved in such works must be accredited by AusNet Services. This accreditation recognises that they have been assessed to have the skills and the knowledge to carryout works on the AusNet Services network to our technical, quality and safety standards.
For an indicative price for a new connection, select the Preliminary Estimate option on the application.
Preliminary Estimates are indicative, meaning the price generated is an office-based assessment.
A Preliminary Estimate is valid for 30 days and has an upfront, non-refundable* fee.
*Note: Preliminary Estimate fees paid are not refundable, however, will be deducted from the cost of the electricity supply works if you proceed with the proposal.
For a fixed price for a new connection, select the Firm Offer option on the application.
Firm Offers are fixed, meaning the price generated is inclusive of the proposed works and contract. A Firm Offer is valid for 60 days and has an upfront, non-refundable* fee.
*Note: Firm Offer fees paid are not refundable, however, will be deducted from the cost of the electricity supply works if you proceed with the proposal.
Negotiate a Supply point
You must negotiate an approved supply point before any works commence on your street lighting project. If a suitable supply point is not available, time delays for construction works may occur.
Plans must be provided to us to register cable plans and made available to the general public via the Dial Before You Dig Service.
Lighting Design (Calculation and Plans)
All lighting designs should be completed by an accredited Lighting Designer. Please attach lighting design calculations and plans if required into this application form.
Information on Proposed Plans
Please ensure your proposed plan includes the following information.
15-25 Minutes (approximately)