TransGrid partners with arts festival to support low carbon future

New South Wales electricity infrastructure provider TransGrid has partnered with Vivid Sydney 2016, a light, music and ideas festival. 

The inaugural collaboration will see Transgrid provide support for the lighting of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, and deliver an energy audit of the festival.

TransGrid group manager stakeholder engagement Katy Hannouch said the company’s focus on innovation to drive efficiencies makes collaboration with Vivid Sydney a natural fit.

“Vivid’s lights paint Sydney in many colours; our support is focused on helping them all stay green,” she said.

“Seeing an event that brings joy to millions of visitors by creatively using light, we were eager to see how we could help. In a way we’ve been supporting the event all along by delivering power behind those lights.”

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