Press Releases

1/11/19

PLANNED POWER SHUTDOWN – SUNDAY 3rd NOVEMBER, 2019

MAINTENANCE WORKS ON THE SABETO TO QELELOA 33kV TRANSMISSION LINE AND 11kV DISTRIBUTION LINES

Energy Fiji Limited (EFL) wishes to advise its valued customers that planned maintenance works will be carried out on the 33,000 Volts Sabeto to Sigatoka transmission line on Sunday 3rd November, 2019. In addition to this, maintenance works will also be carried out on the 11,000 Volts distribution lines in the Qeleloa, Nawai, Malolo, Nawaka, Solovi, Mulomulo, Meigahnia, Nausori Highlands, […]

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29/03/18

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

Monasavu Hydro Electric Scheme Half-Life Refurbishment Program
Replacement of the Fourth Main Inlet Valve at the Wailoa Power Station and
Maintenance to Network Infrastructure during the upcoming Easter Weekend

The Energy Fiji Limited (EFL) wishes to advise its valued customers that major maintenance works will be carried out at its Wailoa Power Station over the Easter weekend commencing from 10:00pm on Thursday 29th March, 2018 to 6:00am on Tuesday 3rd April, 2018.

As part of […]

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1/08/17

The EFL Customer Portal is a self-service online service that will be available to all post pay customers of EFL. The portal will provide up-to date information and details in relation to their EFL electricity account – details such as Current Balance, Overdue Amount, Due Date, etc. It will also provide a history of their usage over the months including copies of customer’s monthly statements.

Customers will be able to access the “Noqu FEA” portal from the […]

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6/04/16

The EFL sincerely apologizes for the power disruptions caused to our valued customers due to the prevailing weather conditions.

We had lost power supply from the Wailoa Power Station to Cunningham in Suva and Vuda in Lautoka which caused power disruptions to most parts of Viti Levu on Sunday 3rd April, 2016. These unplanned outages was due to the inclement weather conditions that we were experiencing on the day.

We were able to energise the 132,000volts main transmission line from the Wailoa […]

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