Leanyer Zone Substation works connecting the substation into the electricity network are complete.
A new elevated water storage tank is being built to secure the water supply for the growing population of Palmerston and adjoining rural areas.
Gas is now flowing to the new Wadeye Power Station.
Power and Water Corporation is continuing its program of essential upgrades to Darwin’s electricity network.
The Manymak Energy Efficiency Project has been shortlisted in the Chief Minister’s 2015 Awards for Excellence in the Public Sector.
A three year Procurement Outlook gives local businesses advanced notice about the goods, works and services required to be purchased over the period.
A makeover of a different kind is on offer to one lucky resident in the Darwin region, through Power and Water’s Living Water Smart program.
The Sustainable Projects category at the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) 2015 NT Project Management Achievement Awards, was won by Power and Water.
Power and Water Corporation has worked with Epuron Solar to expand the Uterne Solar Plant in Alice Springs.
Power and Water is partnering with community organisations as part of its ongoing sponsorship program.
Engineer Ben Hammond’s contribution to the Northern Territory’s utilities industry was recognised with the naming of Power and Water’s Woolner complex.
SETuP will deliver solar powered energy systems to over 30 Indigenous communities across the Northern Territory.
Power and Water Corporation’s 2015 major equipment upgrade for the Hudson Creek Switchyard is complete with the third 132kV circuit breaker now energised and in service.
Power and Water is supporting a program that will focus on education and career development.
John Baskerville reflects on his career in the Northern Territory Government and his time with Power and Water Corporation.