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Neoen reaches new milestone with Collie big battery

French renewable energy and storage developer Neoen has announced a new milestone for its massive Collie battery energy storage system being constructed in Western Australia with the successful energisation of the 219 MW / 877 MWh first stage.


Potential sites for battery energy storage systems identified in South Australia

South Australian electricity transmission specialist ElectraNet has undertaken a high-level assessment to identify the potential of locations near land it controls as future sites for grid-scale battery energy storage systems.


South Australian solar and BESS development gets green light to proceed

South Australian-headquartered solar farm developer Green Gold Energy has received development approval for its Morgan 110 MW solar and 91.7 MWh battery energy storage system, northeast of Adelaide.


Electric vehicles can be a line of defence in outage emergencies, research finds

In a world first, researchers at the Australian National University, Canberra, got the grid emergency they needed in February 2024, to provide clear evidence electric vehicles using vehicle-to-grid (V2G) systems can bolster the grid in a blackout.


Queensland breaks ground on $5bn CopperString project

The Queensland government has broken ground on the $5 billion CopperString transmission line project that is to stretch across the state’s north, connecting the region to the national grid and helping to unlock an estimated 6 GW of renewable energy resources.

Beon secures EPC contract for solar and battery project

Beon Energy Solutions has been appointed the engineering, procurement, and construction contractor for the $190 million Quorn Park solar and battery hybrid project being developed by Enel Green Power near Parkes in western New South Wales.

Horizon report reveals learnings from solar and hydrogen microgrid project

The development of a custom control program that allows for the autonomous management of the sub-systems that make up a hybrid solar and green hydrogen microgrid helping to power the Western Australian town of Denham is among the key lessons outlined in a new report released by the state government.


Victoria pumps $4 million in to boost rooftop PV roll out

More than $4 million will be delivered to seven commercial providers to support the installation of rooftop solar and electric hot water systems at scale as the Victorian government pushes ahead with its plan to transition to all-electric homes across the state.


Digital world driving growing demand for renewable generation

The world’s reliance on the internet, the shift to cloud computing, and the emergence of AI all fuel demand for more and more data centres. The International Energy Agency projects that by 2026, data centres will consume more than 800 TWh annually, more than double their consumption in 2022.


Perth company lands $50 million contract on Collie big battery build

A Perth electrical company has won a $50 million contract for works on Western Australia’s 500 MW / 2,000 MWh Collie battery energy storage system just months after scooping a $160 million deal for the project.

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