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Mallacoota will be among the first towns in Australia to have a grid-connected energy storage system included in its local network, after eastern Victorian electricity distributor AusNet Services today announced plans to install a large scale battery near the town in 2019.
Victorian Energy Minister, Lily D’Ambrosio, today officially inaugurated Victoria’s first utility-scale Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) at the AusNet Services Ballarat Terminal Station in Warrenheip, Ballarat. The 30-megawatt (MW) 30 megawatt-hour (MWh) BESS — currently being commissioned by the world-class consortium comprising Downer Spotless, AusNet Services, EnergyAustralia and Fluence, and funded by the Victorian Government and Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) on behalf of the Australian Government — has entered the final phases of testing in preparation for it to begin relieving pressure on the regional grid, ahead of the approaching summer.
Appendix 3X – Initial Director’s Interest Notice, for Mr Li Lequan
Appendix 3Z – Final Director’s Interest Notice, for Mr Sun Jianxing
Non-Executive Director Retirement of Mr Sun Jianxing and Appointment of Mr Li Lequan
AusNet Services’ recently amended Guidelines for Dealing in Securities
AusNet Services has engaged Field Works to survey a random sample of customers from across our electricity distribution network to help the us better understand the issues affecting its customers and to identify opportunities to improve. The survey will be conducted over two weeks beginning 1 September.
Bannockburn Natural Gas Community Information
This page offers information to customers who want to learn more about the Victorian Government's announcement to offer a 50 per cent rebate on solar panels for eligible households.
Joint statement on the National Energy Guarantee ahead of the 10 August COAG Energy Council meeting
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