Horizon Power’s recent installation of pre-payment meters in five Kimberley Aboriginal communities is set to improve affordability, efficiency and safety for the remote residents. The upgrades have been undertaken in Emu Creek, Munthanmar, Bell Springs and Mud Springs in the east Kimberley, and the community of Loanbun in the west Kimberley. Installment of the pre-payment meters mean that the communities […]
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