Groundline is excited to welcome Fathima Naushad to our team. She has joined us as a Junior Overhead Line Engineer.
The team at Groundline are celebrating that Ertugrul Keles, Senior Overhead Lines Engineer has just become a Chartered Professional Engineer.
If Australia is to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, we’ll need to see a major programme of renewable energy projects come online in the next two decades.
Many in the electricity industry confuse resilience and reliability as the same thing, when they are in fact, quite different. This is a call to regulators, governments and industry leaders - we need to change how we operate and fast!
As we continue to upgrade and build new lines, it is critical for project owners to balance cost, speed and social license to secure a sustainable and reliable energy future.
The electricity industry is under pressure globally, but is struggling to deliver. We believe our sector needs change – the technology is already here and it doesn’t cost the earth.
May 4th 2023 saw Groundline Engineering formalise its entry into the US market in a ceremony presided over by New Zealand Trade Commissioner Vicky Whitlock in Washington DC.
If you think about some of the most exciting projects underway in the world today, then the Australia-Asia Powerlink (AAPL) project in Western Australia is high on the list. This is such an exciting opportunity on the renewables stage.