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The Solar Energy Transformation Program (SETuP) delivered by Power and Water Corporation recently completed construction on the final 15 sites.
For the second year running, Power and Water Corporation is proudly supporting the Northern Territory Travelling Film Festival as it kicks off its first public screening of the season in the Alice Springs region this weekend.
Power and Water crews from Darwin and Katherine were deployed to all areas affected by ex-Tropical Cyclone Trevor once clearance was given by police survey teams on Sunday.
Alice Springs-based Power and Water senior project manager Eric Vanweydeveld will be leaving for the Middle East this weekend to learn about innovative water treatment solutions as part of the prestigious Churchill Fellowship.
More than 400 showerheads at Katherine hotels, motels and caravan parks have been replaced with more water efficient models to help save up to 14 million litres of water per year.
Power and Water will be changing the resin in the PFAS treatment plant located at the Katherine Water Treatment Plant as part of routine maintenance. The PFAS water treatment system filters impacted groundwater, removing PFAS, before it enters the surface water treatment plant.
A partnership between Power and Water Corporation, Mitchell Centre, Mix 104.9 and Foodbank Northern Territory saw 450 kilograms of food collected in the span of six hours for Territorians doing it tough this Christmas.
Power and Water Corporation is urging Territorians to have their say about its revised five-year pricing and expenditure plan submitted to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) on 29 November 2018.
New technology and infrastructure built at the Northern Territory’s largest wastewater treatment plant is already achieving improved environmental outcomes.
Power and Water Corporation has been recognised for having adopted international best practice in procurement and supply chain management.
A newly-completed $10 million trunk sewer main in Palmerston East will provide capacity for future growth in the Northern Territory’s fastest growing urban area.
In the Northern Territory we must maintain a three metre clearance between trees and powerlines. This allows for regrowth while maintaining a suitable clearance.
An emphasis on innovation and community engagement has helped deliver improved quality of drinking water for one of the most remote northern Australian townships.
As temperatures rise across the region, Katherine’s water use has moved into Power and Water’s ‘red zone’.