Our 'Draft plan' consultation is now open for your comment
Our customers are at the centre of everything we do. As we continue to manage and transform our electricity grid, we care about what this means for our customers.
We would like to work with you in developing our future plans and we encourage you to have your say about how we plan our network.
In 2014 the Northern Territory Government introduced structural reforms to the electricity supply chain. We are responsible for transporting electricity from generators to end users.
Power and Water is responsible for all the poles, lines and infrastructure required to deliver power to your home and business. Find out more about our network
Following structural separation, the thee networks in Darwin-Katherine, Alice Springs and Tennant Creek are subject to oversight by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER).
Our main responsibility in these regulated networks is to transport electricity from generators to homes and businesses.
Power and Water also manages and maintains a number of smaller electricity networks, servicing small towns and communities.
These areas are not connected to Power and Water’s three regulated electricity networks. They are classified as ‘unregulated’ as they are not subject to economic oversight by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER).
Our future plans
Customer Engagement Program 2024-29
We are excited to engage with stakeholders in the development of our network plans for the 2024-29 period. We have sought feedback and input from a broad range of stakeholders as we develop our expenditure plans to ensure that we deliver valued services that enrich the lives of Territorians now and into the future.