Improving Power in Alice & Tennant

Territory Generation is improving the reliability and efficiency of Central Australia’s electricity supply through a $101 million expansion of the power stations at Alice Springs and Tennant Creek.

New engineering scholarships

Territory Generation and Engineers Australia have combined to increase the number of Aboriginal and women engineers through two new $5000 diversity scholarships. Indigenous and female NT students who have enrolled to study engineering at Charles Darwin University may be eligible to apply.

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Festive cheer in Tennant Creek

19 December 2016 Territory Generation was a sponsor of this year’s Christmas Tree Event in Tennant Creek, held on Saturday, December 17. The popular community event was held after school finished for the year. Every child from Tennant Creek and some from the surrounding district was eligible to receive a free present, a sausage sandwich, […]

Evaporation ponds re-lined

30 November 2016 The evaporation ponds at Channel Island have been re-lined. The old liners had deteriorated over 30 years and were breaking up. They were removed and replaced with new liners, one pond at a time due to operational requirements. Numerous birds and animals access the ponds regularly for a drink, with cane toads […]

New scholarship will promote workforce diversity

18 November 2016 Engineers Australia and the NT’s largest electricity producer, government-owned corporation Territory Generation, plan to increase the number of Aboriginal and women engineers through a new $10,000 diversity scholarship. The scholarship forms part of a new sponsorship agreement between Engineers Australia and Territory Generation. Territory Generation chief executive Tim Duignan said the organisation […]