Territory Generation announces Fleet Transition and purchase of TM2500

Territory Generation has announced its Fleet Transition to assets that are flexible, renewable capable, fast-starting, and mobile to complement the existing power system and support the Territory’s future power needs. Forecasts estimate the transition will significantly reduce carbon emissions and optimise costs for the power system.

Territory Generation and COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the way we work, but the health and safety of our people, contractors and suppliers remains Territory Generation’s number one priority. Read about our response to COVID-19, including site access procedures for external contractors and visitors.

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2022 NAWIC NT Apprentice of the Year

Congratulations to OSPS Electrical Apprentice, Brieanna McSweeny, for winning Apprentice of the Year at the recent National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) NT Awards for Excellence. In the 3.5 years Brie has been with TGen, she has excelled at her apprenticeship and demonstrated commitment and willingness to learn. She is a valued member of […]

2022 GTNT Award success

We are very proud to congratulate our Owen Springs Electrical Apprentice, Brieanna McSweeny, on being awarded the Outstanding Apprentice of the Year Stage 3, and Channel Island Electrical Apprentice, Kalina Price, who won the Hot100 Commendation Award at the 2022 GTNT Awards on Friday 20 May. Territory Generation was also announced the winner of the […]

Territory-first credentialling program for Territory Generation engineers

Territory Generation is pleased to announce we have partnered with Engineers Australia to offer our engineers access to a new Engineering Workforce Credentialing (EWC) program, which is the first of its kind in the Territory. Engineers Australia Chartership is a globally recognised accreditation that is a mark of excellence, demonstrating the highest level of professionalism […]