Electrolysis mitigation and cathodic protection
UPDATE: ESVConnect Update
Recent system testing has found some performance issues we want to address before transitioning new services to the platform. Therefore, the transition of COES and Licensing to ESVConnect will not begin this weekend.
ESVConnect for CPS and Online Services will operate as usual over the weekend and from 1 July. We apologise for any inconvenience, and thank you for your patience.
Energy Safe Victoria is responsible for the protection of underground and underwater structures from the corrosive effects of stray electrical currents – electrolysis. We do this by registering cathodic protection systems and monitoring protection and electrolysis mitigation systems.
In this section you will find information relating to: