These projects encourage everyone - from customers and businesses through all levels of government as well as Power and Water - to be "greener" day to day. These projects are changing the way we do business so we can offer you sustainable services well into the future.
Saving electricity and water isn't just good for the environment, it's also good for your pocket - the less you use, the less you pay. There are plenty of ways you can save around your home, whether it's shortening your showers or installing a solar hot water heater. These pages have all the information you need to get started.
There are a number of programs to help you identify how to make your home more environmentally friendly and rebates to make it more cost-effective. We have also listed a range of assistance and rebates available to help you be more environmentally friendly.
Power and Water sponsors COOLmob to provide subsidised $10 home energy audits in Darwin, Palmerston and Katherine.
Renewable energy is generated from sources like mini hydro, wind power and biomass which produce no net greenhouse gas emissions. Renewable energy is clean energy and non-polluting. At a household level, if you own your own home you can install a rooftop photovoltaic (PV) solar system.
You may be eligible for the Solar Hot Water Retrofit Rebate.