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The Darwin Festival is an amazing time of year in the Territory but the event itself doesn’t happen by magic.
The next stage of construction on the Northern Territory’s largest solar project will soon begin.
Leak Checkers from Power and Water’s Living Water Smart team hit the streets in Katherine this week to help find and fix water leaks.
Power and Water apprentices won a number of awards at the Annual Group Training NT Awards (GTNT) held in Darwin on Friday 20 April.
In a Territory first achievement, the community of Daly River is running on ‘solar only’ during the day thanks to its pioneering energy storage system and 1MW solar array.
Katherine residents must continue to use sprinklers only three times a week after the Government decided current water conservation measures will remain in place until a permanent water supply solution is found.
Power and Water crews are attending to individual service connections in Darwin and greater Darwin areas following Tropical Cyclone Marcus.
Staying well away from the line crews, we took some stolen shots of the restoration work they were doing in Alawa this morning. You can see the extent of damage done by Cyclone Marcus – to the network, trees, cars and everything else in its path when it hit last weekend.
If you rely on bores for your water supply, here are some helpful information while we continue to restore power to areas affected by Cyclone Marcus.
Our priority is safety – safety of people – our crews and the public – please do not perform DIY electrical repairs.Engage a licensed electrician to do the work instead.
Our crews will continue to assess damage and will progressively restore power as soon as possible. We would like to advice our customers that the extent of the damage means it could potentially take several days to fully restore services to some areas.
Power and Water has received over 400 reports of fallen powerlines.
Following advice from Power and Water, the Department of Health has issued a precautionary advice for drinking water for the Darwin and the greater Darwin region, including Palmerston. This is due to a disruption in the water supply as a consequence of Tropical Cyclone Marcus.
- Living Water Smart’s innovative Community Leak Program wins national award
13 June 2018
Darwin is saving more than one billion litres of water per year, thanks to Living Water Smart’s Community Leak Program.