Welcome to NESMA
NESMA is the National Electrical Switchboard Manufacturers Association. We represent member interests in the Electrical Switchboard Manufacturing industry throughout Australia.
NESMA’s key objectives
- The advancement of the electrical switchboard industry within Australia
- The encouragement of the manufacture by members of appropriately designed, high quality switchboards for commercial and industrial use
- Ongoing research and development utilising global organisations to better control, monitor and protect electrical power.
“NESMA represents the interests of all low voltage electrical switchboard manufacturers in Australia. When specifying a new switchboard, we encourage companies to choose a NESMA member, to ensure high quality, Standards compliance, professionalism, safety, and trained technicians.”
Education and Safety Updates
National Standards Compliance
Electrical Switchboard Industry Advancement
Regional NSW switchboard powerhouse, Border Switchboards Sheetmetal & Powdercoating (BSSP), is advocating for an industry-wide leveling of the playing field by raising Standards to even higher levels. Based in Albury, right near the border between NSW and Victoria, BSSP has grown over the past seven years from five to 40 employees, and has now moved…
CleanTech Controls bridges the gap between clean energy and the grid with quality, safety, and expertise
An Australian switchboard manufacturer specialising in sites with renewables and clean energy is expanding its ranges and capabilities to meet rising demand for batteries, electric vehicle (EV) charging, and microgrids. In addition to manufacturing switchboards for sites with renewables, CleanTech Controls, headquartered in Tempe NSW, also provides protection testing, site and factory acceptance testing, and…
Spread our safety and Standards message further along the supply chain, says NESMA Stalwart Chris of Van Wyk Electric
Chris Van Der Kooi of Van Wyk Electric, sees an expanding need to communicate about changing switchboard requirements not only to their manufacturers, but also to contractors, consultants, specifiers, and end-customers. “There is so much change going on in our industry as the grid adapts to new Standards and the onrush of green energy, that…