Suva Business District Load Shedding Schedule

February 26, 2015

There is a fault on our 33,000volts underground cable that supplies power from the Vatuwaqa Substation to the Suva Substation. This fault has affected power supply to the Suva Business District & suburbs. The EFL teams have been working on this fault since 2:00am on Wednesday morning. At this stage, it is not possible to estimate repair times, however EFL is working around the clock to locate and then repair the fault at the earliest possible time.

As mentioned yesterday, EFL has no other option but to resort to load shedding to ease the demand off the remaining healthy transmission circuits to avoid major unplanned blackouts. Our load shedding program for today (Thursday, 26th February 2015) is as follows:

Duration Feeders Areas Affected
9.30am to 11.00am Air Pacific Air Pacific, Sukuna House, Kimberly Street, Good Enough Street, Credit Corporation, Desvouex Street, Berry Road, FTCU, Knolly Street, FTA Apartments, Victoria Park No.2, Tanoa Plaza Hotel, DC Complex, Korobasaqa House, Fineland Complex, Gordon St, Hinterland Complex, Marela House, Lynica House
Walu Street Walu Street, FM 96 Complex, Wahleys Complex, Walu Bay, Edinburgh House
Waimanu Road Korea House, RB Patel, Waimanu Road
11.00am to 12.30pm Eden Street Belo Street, Dhanji Street, Howell Road Sub-division, Rewa Street, Armstrong Street, Alexander Street, Lekutu Street, Tawake Street, Grant Pl, Moti St, Bakshi St, Naqasima Pl, Eden Street, Flagstaff
Reserve Bank Reserve Bank, ANZ, Joske Street, Williams & Gosling, Foster Street, Life Insurance Corporation, BSP, Y.W.C.A, Civic Centre, Fiji Times, Vanua House, Civic Towers, Victoria Parade Sewerage
12.30pm to 2.00pm MH Computer MH Computers, Ellery St, Narseys Building, Honson Building, Dominion House, Harbour Centre, TFL Ganilau House, Village 6, Union Plaza, Westpac, Post Fiji, Renwick Road, Pier Street
QE Drive Queen Elizabeth Drive, Charlton Avenue, Nasese, FNU Catering School, Parliament Complex, Vuya Road, Pacific Theological College, Sukuna Road, Stoddart Street, USP, Battery Hill, Vudi Street, Muanikau Road, Sun Insurance Complex, Laucala Bay Road, Vesi Street
2.00pm to 3.30pm Suva Central MHCC, Suva Central
Terry Walk Mid City Plaza, Terry Walk, BP Building, Challenge Engineering, Robertson Road, MH Homemaker, Suva Market, Kasabias Complex, Kelton Investment, Wharf, Williams & Goslings
3.30pm to 5.00pm Samabula Ono Street, Moala Street, Lysaught, Footwear Export, Lakeba Street, LDS Temple
High Street New Maternity Hospital, Part of Waimanu Rd. from Samabula junction to Boron Rd., Grant Pl., Naqasima Pl., Part of Lekutu St., Toganivalu St. part of Mal St., part of Tawake St., Hedstrom Pl., Kasavu Rd. including Nauluvatu Sett., part of Princess Rd. from LDS Temple to FNU including Votua Rd. & Crompton Pl.
5.00pm to 6.30pm Gordon Street Gordon Street, Peninsula Hotel, Richards Road, Hamilton Beattie Street, Victoria Park, Forum Secretariat, Scotts Street, McGregor Rd, Bau Street, Pender Street, Knolly Street

 

FEA wishes to thank all our valued customers who had assisted by operating their own stand-by

FEA wishes to thank all our valued customers who had assisted by operating their own stand-by generator sets independently to cater for their power requirements and request them to continue until we get the fault repaired.

Customers may experience intermittent power supply interruptions outside of the above stipulated time in the event of an unplanned event.  However, EFL will endeavor to keep the power interruptions to a minimum.

The EFL sincerely apologizes for any inconvenience caused to all our valued customers which is beyond our control.

Hasmukh Patel

Chief Executive Officer