Goulburn Valley Health (VIC) is seeking energy market entities to express interest in developing a sustainable and holistic energy strategy that considers an approach relating to demand response mechanisms It is expected that the appointed service provider will supply a fit for purpose Demand Response Mechanism that meets all of the criteria details within the EOI. Submissions to tender close […]
Murray-Darling Basin irrigators and businesses can now apply for the Australian Government’s $1.5 billion water infrastructure program. Head of water at the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Paul Morris, said the program was central to the long-term health of the Murray-Darling Basin river system. “The $1.5 billion Murray-Darling Basin Water Infrastructure Program provides organisations with the chance to modernise […]
As part of its delivery of the Murray–Darling Basin Plan, the Federal Government has announced that tenders are now open for $1.5 billion of water efficiency projects which will deliver additional water for the environment with positive socioeconomic impacts. Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, David Littleproud, said the projects would deliver additional water savings without hurting Basin communities. “This […]
The CEO and Managing Director of ReNu Energy, Chris Murray, has stepped down immediately due to personal reasons. The Board has begun a search for a replacement and in the interim, Chairman, Steve McLean, and senior executives will manage the business on a day to day basis. “We thank Chris for his contribution to the ReNu Energy story and wish […]
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $12.5 million for pilot projects and studies to integrate distributed energy resources (DER) into the electricity system. The funding initiative aims to support increasing shares of distributed solar PV and batteries, and help distributed energy resources in homes and businesses to contribute to grid reliability. DER encompasses behind-the-meter technologies such as rooftop […]
Western Power will conduct a large demonstration for its stand-alone power systems (SPS) project within part of the South West Interconnected Network, with tenders now open for the procurement process for the project. The project will involve up to 60 locations in regional areas and represents the largest installation of SPS units in the state. The project builds on the […]
The Kyogle Council will be undertaking significant renewal works around the Kyogle local government area in NSW. The project, which is expected to take six months to complete, is in line with council’s Asset Management Strategy which aims to eliminate council’s sewer renewal backlog by 2023. The works include: Sewer dig-ups/repairs Sewer relining Sewer CCTV (used to inspect sewer lines) […]
Central Coast Council (NSW) is seeking tenders for sewer rehabilitation and construction work using trenchless technology. The four year contract (2018 – 2022) includes work to design, manufacture, supply, delivery to site, CCTV investigation, flow control, community liaison, traffic control, installation, restoration, and testing and commissioning the rehabilitation works to the targeted sewer mains, House Service Lines (HSL) and manholes. […]
The Department of Environment, Land Water and Planning (VIC) is seeking tenders for the development of a framework and a guidance document for groundwater modelling and assessment. The successful tender will assist water resource managers to adopt a logical approach to address the challenges in groundwater management. Submissions to tender close 15 February 2018.
TasWater is looking for new owners for Waratah Dam in the state’s North West. The water reservoir was inherited by TasWater when it formed in 2013, however it has not been used as a water supply for many years. TasWater is responsible for ensuring customers are not charged for maintaining unused assets. TasWater Dam Safety Manager, Fraser White, has been […]
TasWater (TAS) is seeking tenders for the installation of a new rising main from the Fonterra sewerage pumping station to an interface point at the Wynyard sewerage treatment plant. This will also include: Upgrading civil and mechanical components of the existing Fonterra sewerage pumping station including commissioning Demolition of the existing valve pit at the Fonterra sewerage pumping station and construction […]
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