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Electrician Dave Smith says he’s been making a living as a volunteer electrician for 20 years.

“I’ve worked on the electricity systems of the world’s largest electricity companies,” he said.

“The most powerful generators in the world.

So you’re not just working on their systems, you’re also working on the systems that are at risk.”

Mr Smith said he was “in awe” of what the public could do with the electricity grid.

“When you’re working in a community, people come together to make a difference,” he added.

Mr Smith had been making electrician and maintenance services for 30 years when he was called into work in 2006.

He says his main job is “keeping people safe” by taking care of the electricity networks in Australia and overseas.

“Electricity is a finite resource.

So if you can help keep it that way, then you’ve really helped us,” he explained.

“If you’re able to take care of your own home, you can save the planet.”

Mr Campbell says he has never felt more proud of what he does.

“It’s a huge privilege to work with a volunteer like me,” he told News24.

“This is the only opportunity I’ve ever had to actually do what I love to do.”

He says volunteering with Mr Smith is his “biggest passion”.

“He’s the best,” he continued.

“He has been through everything and he knows what he’s doing.

He’s a professional, he knows how to get the job done.”

Mr Anderson says he is “shocked and humbled” by the kindness of the people of New South Wales.

“To be honest, I’m very disappointed by what’s happened,” he lamented.

He also says he believes the state has a “huge opportunity” to improve the state’s electricity infrastructure. “

So I’m going to continue to work and make sure that we get people electricity back to their homes and back into their communities.”

He also says he believes the state has a “huge opportunity” to improve the state’s electricity infrastructure.

“There’s a lot of great infrastructure in New South Australia and it’s just the wrong infrastructure for our needs,” he concluded.