The Energy Networks Association has released a summer checklist to help you prepare early for the storm and bushfire season.
Heavy rainfall is causing significant build up in the sewer and stormwater system resulting in diluted sewage overflows in the Darwin region.
A successful collaboration between The GPT Group and Power and Water Corporation sees Darwin home to Australia’s largest rooftop solar system.
The Northern Territory lives up to its reputation as lightning capital of the world with 15 000 strikes zapping the Darwin/Katherine region overnight.
The Leanyer/Sanderson Ponds are closed following Parks and Wildlife sighting several crocodiles in the area. Access will be restricted while an eradication program is undertaken and until Parks and Wildlife notifies Power and Water that the area is safe.
By donating non-perishable food items at our Customer Service Centres you’ll help provide an essential hearty meal to those who need it most.
Power and Water crews use frozen drinks to keep their cool and avoid heat stress.
Historic agreements secure gas sales into the future.
Power and Water’s successful project partnership with local company Mousellis and Sons delivers for customers.
A forum held outside Nhulunbuy celebrated the Manymak Energy Efficiency Project’s whole-of-community engagement water and energy saving wins.
Power and Water in conjunction with Group Training Northern Territory (GTNT) is now recruiting for the 2016 apprenticeship and trainee program.
Almost 5000 household water meters were checked during Power and Water's Leak Week event in Alice Springs focused on preserving the town's most precious resource.
Power and Water is launching its new-look invoice, which was designed in response to customer feedback.
Power and Water Corporation’s Living Water Smart team welcomes ABC Gardening Australia’s Josh Byrne to Darwin’s free National Water Week event.
Power and Water Corporation has launched its first ever Alice Springs’ Leak Week event.