Power and Water staff members raised more than $6500 to assist Northern Territory families battling cancer as part of the 2016 Relay for Life.
Power and Water is asking the public to report any changes noticed to infrastructure.
The Pine Creek Rodeo recently attracted quite a crowd with interstate competitors and many families attending. We are proud to support community events such as this throughout the Territory.
Power and Water Corporation completed major works last month to improve the reliability of the Darwin to Katherine electricity network.
Power and Water Corporation’s outstanding team members and projects were announced as winners at two award ceremonies in Darwin over the weekend.
Power and Water team members in Darwin are ready to go the distance at this weekend’s Relay for Life all-night event.
Power and Water Corporation has been working closely with Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) and relevant agencies to ensure there is an adequate drinking water supply available for the residents of Yuelamu.
The Power and Water website will be temporarily down for scheduled maintenance this week.
Fourth year apprentice, Shawn Buckton, is leading the way after recently winning Electrical Apprentice of the Year and travelling to Canberra to represent the Northern Territory at the 2016 Today's Skills: Tomorrow's Leaders program.
Power and Water staff members are hitting the road for a good cause.
Chirag Patel moved from Western India and now works for Power and Water in Alice Springs keeping the water running in the desert environment.
The Energizers are going for a record sixth year running as highest fundraisers at the Katherine Relay for Life.
Power and Water has partnered with HealthLAB, a project run by Menzies School of Health Research, to educate people about positive lifestyle choices to reduce their risk of developing a chronic disease.
Power and Water Corporation recently hosted CIGRE in Darwin, a global technical forum for large electric systems, with 26 delegates attending from Australia and New Zealand.
Gary Beaumont builds the capacity of our Essential Services Operators to deliver quality drinking water across the 72 remote communities