We’re here for you.
Source Energy Co. is part of the ATCO group of companies, which brings decades of knowledge and support to ensure strength, safety and security to the projects we work on.
During this time the health and safety of our customers, communities and our people is what we care about most.
ATCO has been closely monitoring the developments associated with COVID-19, and in early February, 2020, we activated our Pandemic Response and Business Continuity Plans to manage these challenges to continue to provide our services to you.
Since then our teams across the globe have been preparing for and responding to this rapidly changing situation. To ensure the health of our employees, and to sustain operations through the pandemic, we have implemented several enhanced protocols, including:
· Travel restrictions
· Enhanced workplace hygiene practices
· Limiting visitor and public access to our facilities
· Alternative work options for employees where possible (i.e. telecommuting)
· Cancelling or postponing large events and employee gatherings
As a provider of essential services around the world, we are determined to continue delivering the reliable service you need. To ensure our employees go home safely each day and to protect those in the communities we serve, our people who have direct interactions with customers will be practicing responsible social distancing and, in some instances, may wear enhanced personal protective equipment if needed.
We’re committed to doing our part to limit the spread of COVID-19 by following the guidance of local health authorities and governments where we operate. We continue to actively monitor the situation and will act accordingly as new information becomes available. We will provide updates on our website regularly, and will share new and relevant information through our social media channels.
To our customers, please stay safe—we look forward to lending you our support through this challenging time.
Official forecasts recently published by the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) estimated the cost of electricity is set to rise in Western Australia – proving there is no better time for developers, owners and renters to look at alternatives.