Who we are

We are a not-for-profit industry superannuation scheme offered exclusively to employees in the electricity supply industry and their spouses.

Today, we provide super services to eight contributing employers and over 3,000 members.

What we do

We want to help you reach your financial goals now and in retirement. We do this by making your super easy to manage, guiding you through every step of your journey. Our priority is giving you the best returns possible to ensure your future lifestyle.

As well as growing your super, we have insurance options to protect you and your loved ones, giving you peace of mind by securing your income.

Our history

We were founded on the privatisation of the Electricity Trust of South Australia (ETSA).

The ETSA Scheme comprised the ETSA Staff Super fund (covering white-collar workers and providing pension benefits) and the ETSA Retiring Gratuities Scheme (covering blue-collar workers and providing lump sums).

In 1988, the Pension Scheme (Division 3) and the RG Scheme (Division 4) closed. They were combined into a new Lump Sum defined benefit Scheme (Division 2) in the ETSA Contributory Scheme. In 1999, the non-contributory Accumulation Scheme (Division 5) was also included.

Following the privatisation of ETSA, ElectricSuper came under the umbrella of the Electricity Corporations Act 1994, with the appointment of a Board to manage ElectricSuper.

In 2019 we changed our trading name from EISS to ElectricSuper. We’re still the same fund, offering great service to our members, low fees, and competitive investment returns – it’s just our name that’s new!

Find out more

Learn more about the people running our organisation and review our low fees, helping you save more.

Fees

Make the most of our low fees so you can save more with your super.

Governance

Find out how our Board is selected and meet the members who get our great results. 

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For help managing your super and your membership.

Can I join?

To join ElectricSuper, you must be working in the electricity supply industry for one of the following employers – SA Power Networks, ElectraNet, Flinders Power, Engie or AGL.

When you are a member of ElectricSuper, your spouse can also join.

Should you move to a new employer, you can still remain in ElectricSuper as a contributing member.

Scheme information

Find out about the benefits of ElectricSuper. Overview the options available to you and download a Member booklet for more information. From your investment mix to your retirement, we’re here to guide you through every step of your super.

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