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.
John Baskerville reflects on his career in the Northern Territory Government and his time with Power and Water Corporation.
Power and Water is supporting a program that will focus on education and career development.
Timely reporting by Power and Water customers results in our repair teams acting promptly and creating positive outcomes.
Children have been able to attend a Camp Quality Family Camp thanks to Power and Water Corporation.
Fruit bats have caused some interruptions to powerlines in Dundee.
Power and Water Corporation’s Chief Executive Mr John Baskerville retires from his role effective 27 July, leaving the corporation in a strong position with many reforms initiated during his two and a half years at the helm.
Keep clear of Power and Water infrastructure for your own safety.
Power and Water Corporation is trialing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology that could make it easier to inspect the power network.
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.
Smart water meters saves water and money for Ali Curung and Epenarra residents.
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.