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Project EnergyConnect Pre-Construction update

As part of EnergyConnect we will be commencing pre-construction activities at Transgrid’s 330kV Substation located on Ashfords Road, Wagga Wagga. From early May 2023 you can expect to see our ...

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Project EnergyConnect Construction update

As part of EnergyConnect we will be moving our team into a worker accommodation camp located on Church Street, Balranald during main construction activities. The Balranald camp is the only ...

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Backbone of the Renewables

“We are building more than just Australia’s largest transmission line project; we are building the backbone of the renewables sector in Australia and the world is watching us.” That’...

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Come and meet the team and take a look at the jobs on offer

We are looking forward to seeing you in person at the SecureEnergy Business and Employment Forum in Lockhart on Thursday 30 March 2023.

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Project EnergyConnect Construction update

As part of EnergyConnect we will be constructing a worker accommodation camp at the corner of County Boundary Road, and Lockhart Collingullie Road, Lockhart which will house our workers during ...

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The two of us

The two of us Olivia Harman (24) and Caitlin Forrester (25) share many things in common. They both work as Resourcing Administrators on Project EnergyConnect, Australia’s largest transmission line and even ...

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You are invited …

Are you looking for your next role in the construction industry? SecureEnergy is holding an information forum in Hay, NSW to outline the employment and business opportunities on the EnergyConnect ...

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Transformer testing underway for project EnergyConnect

Australia’s largest electricity project, EnergyConnect, has taken another step forward with the testing underway on new transformers which will be installed as part of the project. The $1.8 billion EnergyConnect ...

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The two of us

Sateesh Challa (29) and Varun Chandra Gunna (34) are both engineers who have just started working on the EnergyConnect project, Australia’s largest transmission line project. They say it is pure coincidence ...

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The two of us

Phillip Blasi (38) and Kian Blethyn (49) have worked together building transmission line towers across Australia. They first met in 2002 on a project in WA from Cataby substation to Eneabba substation. The ...

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