Replacement of the second of three new 132kV circuit breakers is now underway as part of Power and Water Corporation’s 2015 major equipment upgrade for the Hudson Creek switchyard.
Power and Water’s Marnie Scobie, finalist in the recent Women in Resources NT Awards, is inspired to encourage other women in trades following the awards ceremony on Saturday 30 May.
The dry season provides Power and Water Corporation with a short window of opportunity for an intensive maintenance and upgrades program across its electricity network.
Power and Water’s Living Water Smart team has been working with the irrigation industry in a ‘Top End first’ initiative to improve knowledge and understanding of soil types and water smart irrigation design, scheduling and maintenance.
Power and Water Corporation’s Power Networks crews were kept busy over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend due to a palm frond falling on high voltage powerlines at Nemarluk Drive in Ludmilla.
Power and Water’s community sponsorship program is bringing four students from Elcho Island’s Shepherdson College to attend Darwin’s Tropical Garden Spectacular.
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Power and Water Corporation has again won big at the recent GTNT Awards thanks to the quality of its apprentices and supervisors.
Stormwater infiltration of the sewer network is being reduced in key Darwin catchments as a result of Power and Water’s Overflow Relief Gully (ORG) education campaign.
Power and Water’s latest investment in the Tennant Creek community, a new continuous chlorination facility, was officially opened by the Minister for Essential Services Hon Willem Westra van Holthe MLA on 27 April.
A partnership between Power and Water’s System Control and Territory Generation has delivered 150 days (and counting) free of Under Frequency Load Shed events.