News

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 & Two of Bungala

In March 2017, Enerven started work on one of the biggest solar projects in the Southern Hemisphere, Bungala. 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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Enerven helps bring Co-Opera to the country

Co-Opera is Australia’s only dedicated regional touring opera company and has been performing and making an impact in regional and remote Australia for over 25 years.

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Frontier 4.0 - A huge success!

May 29 and 30 saw some of the best technical innovators in digital engineering descend on Adelaide for a jam-packed event looking at industry 4.0 practices.

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Enerven to play major role in historic solar project

Enerven has continued its exponential growth in the delivery of renewable projects, winning a major role in the largest investment in solar PV for shopping centres in Australian history.

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Enerven hosts some very special Port Power fans

The Employee Foundation recently reached out to four families from the Childhood Cancer Association to give them an exclusive experience at the footy.

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ElectraNet Quarterly Performance Award

Our substation project maintenance group were recently awarded the ‘HSE Contractor Quarterly Performance Award’ by ElectraNet for their commitment to Health, Safety and Environment at the Cherry Gardens substation site.

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Just Another Day

On a typical sunny day in Perth, Theo Venter woke up and drove to work, for “just another day”. Little did he know that on this day, one decision would change his life forever.

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Enerven's new toy sucks!

We’ve recently added to our fleet with the purchase of a new vacuum truck. It is designed to suck up things like liquids, sludges and slurries, or mixtures such as sand, dirt and water, without the contact of any mechanical equipment.

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Beth Butler heads to Hong Kong for CKI Family Day

As a winner of the Making a Difference Awards, Beth Butler found herself travelling to Hong Kong along with a 25-strong team of fellow successful...

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