Power On celebrating 21 years!

The Power On Australia team celebrate turning 21!

Boyd and Kylie Lockett founded Power On Australia on 30 August 2002 – which means we are celebrating our 21st today! We are so proud of the Power On Australia team. and how far we've come...still family owned and operated.
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Initially setting up business in our home garage, today we’re regarded as one of Australia’s leading power quality and power management companies – working with global mining companies, major metropolitan hospitals, government utilities and some of Australia’s largest organisations.

We’re also only one of 45 companies in Australia to have been awarded a US Treaty from the Australian Department of Defence – enabling us to export goods on their behalf to the US. We’re also a proud member of their Defence Industry Security Program (DISP), show casing our commitment to Security, Quality, Safety & the Environment.

Our Co-Founder and Managing Director Boyd Lockett is in celebration mode today.

“It only seems like we started Power On Australia yesterday – who would have thought we are now turning 21!  In reflecting on the past 21 years, I am really proud of how far we’ve come. We have been awarded many accolades and accreditations – being honored that way by suppliers and peers in the industry is personally and professionally very satisfying.

Thank you to our team for all the hard work invested into our clients and our company, and to our clients for partnering with us and making coming to work such an enjoyable experience.

And to our partners, supporters and friends – whether you’ve been with us since the beginning or were just starting to develop a business relationship with you – thanks from Kylie, myself and the Power On team for enabling us to reach our personal and professional goals.”

Happy 21st to the Power On Australia team.

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