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Power and Water is a proud supporter of the 2017 Darwin International Film Festival’s (DIFF) Indigenous Visions program.
Power and Water is actively delivering on water demand management measures in Katherine following the Northern Territory Government’s announcement of compulsory water conservation measures last month to help safeguard the town’s water supply.
Power and Water congratulates Water Services Senior Project Manager Eric Vanweydeveld, who was awarded the 2017 International Young Project Manager of the Year and a Gold Medal.
Just before 8am this morning, Power and Water’s Berrimah Zone Substation experienced an electrical fault resulting in a small explosion.
The team from Living Water Smart completed leak checks at almost 2,000 Katherine homes and businesses last week, with staggering results.
Power and Water congratulates Alice Springs dual-trade linesman Tim Childs, winner of the Overall Apprentice of the Year Award in the Master Builders NT Excellence in Building & Construction (EBC) 2017 Awards.
Our Living Water Smart Leak Checkers will be walking Katherine streets from today to check water meters for signs of leaks, with the aim to save 200 million litres of water – equivalent to 830,000 wheelie bins.
Daly River’s Energy Storage System is pioneering the integration of solar energy in an isolated grid.
Power and Water is proudly the first Northern Territory Government owned organisation to develop and implement an inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Yesterday, Living Water Smart, a Power and Water initiative launches the That’s My Water! school curriculum unit.
The Solar Energy Transformation Program (SETuP) program managed by Power and Water achieved a significant milestone today with the completion and commissioning of ten Tranche One solar installations.
Power and Water is pleased to support the launch of the $800 million Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) Project at the Phillip Creek Compressor Station in Tennant Creek.
I am a Djaru, Kija and Wakaya man born in Mount Isa. I came to Tennant Creek at the age of 17, trained and worked as an Aboriginal Health Worker and in 2006 became an apprentice linesman for Power and Water in Tennant Creek.
Power and Water's commitment to a safer and more reliable power network across the Territory has been strengthened with a new 22kV indoor substation in Tennant Creek.