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Chief Executive, Michael Thomson has been invited to join water utility representatives at the 2017 Global Water Summit in Madrid, Spain.
Discoloured water may occur after heavy rainfall associated with cyclones. Weather conditions can mix the layers of water in our reservoir at Darwin River Dam.
Power and Water proudly supported Camp Quality’s lively education program, a travelling puppet show that successfully visited 16 Northern Territory schools and 6,025 students in term one this year.
Power and Water is working with the Northern Territory Department of Health in relation to PFAS.
Power and Water’s Living Water Smart program invites Darwin irrigators and plumbers to an information night to find out about becoming registered suppliers for the Leak Find and Fix and Garden Tune Up rebates program.
Congratulations to Jake Saunders, who was awarded Graduate of the Year in the Power and Water Annual Awards 2016.
Living Water Smart, a Power and Water initiative launched their Leak Check Program and a $200 Leak Find and Fix rebate today to help Darwin residents to save water.
The Solar Energy Transformation Program (SETuP) in Maningrida paves the way as the first of 29 off-grid communities in the Northern Territory to receive solar power.
In light of International Women’s Day and the Parliament House March tomorrow, we share Power and Water’s Annual Awards recipient Helen Marsh’s story. Helen’s tireless volunteer work and values align with the #BeBoldForChange campaign, calling for women and girls to achieve their ambitions.
Power and Water’s Power Networks team rapidly responded to outages caused by extreme weather associated with Cyclone Alfred.
Power and Water infrastructure has been seriously damaged by vandals.
Congratulations to Kurtis Clarke in Shared Services, who is part of the Indigenous Employment Program and was awarded Trainee of the Year as part of the 2016 Power and Water Annual Awards.
The Darwin River Dam reached capacity last Friday and gradually started to overflow into the Darwin River.