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Conduit bends

An internal review of our underground cable conduits found that a majority of the Heavy Duty (HD) conduit bends have a bending radius below the...

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NEW LED luminaries are now available

The new LED P category, side entry standard luminaries StreetLED3 17W and 24W (EM4021 to EM4026) have been approved and are now available as an...

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Enerven and SA Water to continue working towards 'Zero Cost Energy Future'

We are extremely pleased to announce that Enerven has been awarded a framework agreement contract for the next phase of SA Water’s major ‘Zero Cost Energy Future’ project

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Enerven Drone Technology

At Enerven, we are always looking for opportunities to innovate and create solutions for our customers.

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Why is everyone talking about 5G?

5G is the fifth generation of mobile network technology which, like 4G before it, focuses on mobile data. This next evolution of mobile network comes with some big promises.

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New Energy Efficient Luminaires

E-Drawings are currently being updated and can be accessed via SA Power Networks Technical Standards.

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Enerven's mixed capabilities delivers on nbn

A butcher, a plasterer and a panel beater walk in to Station Place for another day’s work on the national broadband network… Wait! What?

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Enerven lend a hand to Backpacks 4 SA Kids

Like every other day, Steve Davies and his team popped on their hi-vis in the morning ready for the day ahead. However, today they wouldn’t be working on a Transmission project

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The panels are on!

In February this year, Enerven was awarded the first stage of SA Water’s ground mount solar project. The project is the first of its kind for SA Water, and is the initial step in helping SA Water neutralise their energy bills and deliver zero net electricity costs by 2020.

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Enerven completes Stage One and Two for the Bungala solar project

When complete, Bungala Stage One and Two will provide 220MW from 840,000 panels and cover 800 hectares of land – the equivalent of nearly 800 rugby fields.

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