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30 May 2019

Exploring non-network solutions to manage electricity demand

A reliable electricity network is an essential element for supporting growing areas. Parts of the inner Sydney network, which supplies electricity to more than 500,000 customers, are over 50 years old. To solve the problem of growing demand coupled with aging infrastructure, TransGrid is exploring non-network solutions to delay capital investment into costly network upgrades.
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Efficient spoil management on microtunnelling sites

Spoil management is an important consideration on any trenchless pipeline installation to ensure environmental regulations are met through proper disposal and site personnel are kept safe through site maintenance. Microtunnelling provides an efficient and cost-effective spoil management solution.
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SA Water seeks water and wastewater service contractors

SA Water has briefed more than 110 specialist water and service delivery organisations on the scope of future commercial opportunities, which will ultimately lead to new contracts in water and wastewater production and treatment operations, and network field services.

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NOSHOK announces new transmitters for the food and beverage industry

NOSHOK has announced the availability of its new 20, 25 and 30 Series Intelligent Pressure and Level Transmitters, uniquely designed to address the specific requirements of the food and beverage industry. These transmitters are ideal for hygienic applications and harsh, aggressive ambient conditions.

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WIOA Queensland just days away

The 44th Queensland Water Industry Operations Conference & Exhibition will be held at the Bundaberg Multiplex on 5-6 June 2019 and is an important event for the water industry.
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New WA Energy Transformation Taskforce established

WA Energy Minister, Bill Johnston, has announced the establishment of a new Energy Transformation Taskforce that will be responsible for implementing the Government’s Energy Transformation Strategy. An independent chairperson of the taskforce has also been appointed.

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kwik-ZIP spacers make for a trouble free process

Adept Civil Group, which specialises in the supply and installation of water and sewerage drainage pipelines, pump stations and associated services in Victoria, utilised kwik-ZIP HD-75 spacers to protect and centralise an IPLEX DN150 Restrain TM pipe installation during the relocation of sewer for the multi-million dollar Chandler Highway Upgrade in Victoria.

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Increase your load-forecasting IQ

With the deployment of smart grid technologies, utilities now have access to hourly or even sub-hourly data from millions of smart meters. Learn how utility forecasters are adapting their models to take advantage of newly available data in this free eBook.

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Planning for the ‘once-in-a-generation’ energy mix shift

Over the next several decades, Australia’s energy mix is projected to change radically thanks to progressive consumer demands and new technologies. Developing a long-term vision for the energy sector requires careful consideration about how technology, regulation, market structures and customer needs may evolve over time.

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Tasmanian Government to fund Mac Point STP relocation

The Tasmanian Government has committed to funding the relocation of the Macquarie Point Sewage Treatment Plant in its 2019 budget.


Tanami natural gas pipeline open for business

The Australian Gas Infrastructure Group’s (AGIG) Tanami natural gas pipeline project has been completed on budget and commissioned ahead of schedule.


Solar Victoria CEO appointed

Victorian Minister for Solar Homes, Lily D’Ambrosio, has announced the appointment of the inaugural CEO for Solar Victoria, who will lead the implementation of the Andrews Labor Government’s landmark Solar Homes package.


Evoenergy to complete review of Solar Feed-in Tariff Scheme

Evoenergy is working with the ACT Government to complete a quality review of the Solar Feed-in Tariff Scheme data reported to the ACT Government from July 2011 to June 2018.



The maintenance will involve the removal of vegetation from within the dam, which will help improve the water quality.


Bourke shire secure funding for additional pipeline

Bourke Shire Council will receive an additional $811,000 to assist in the construction of an additional pipeline from a nearby underground bore to secure local drinking water needs.

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