Australia has abundant potential for low cost, clean renewable energy,
with enormous potential to capitalise on our robust solar and wind resources.
The integration of this low cost clean energy is driving unprecedented, rapid and transformational change across our electricity system. It is also requiring significant new investment in the transmission system, from grid infrastructure to balancing technologies such as pumped hydro and battery storage, and enabling technologies such as synchronous condensers.
We are working with investors, developers and regulators to help deliver these investments.
Nation building Project EnergyConnect to unlock cheaper, cleaner electricity
Read moreEnergyConnect will be Australia’s biggest electricity interconnector built to date in the National Electricity Market and it will help to accelerate Australia’s energy transition by connecting customers with more renewable generation.Paul ItalianoCEO, TransGrid
TransGrid develops critical grid infrastructure for Snowy 2.0
Read moreSnowy 2.0 is an important project for Australia. It will be the largest generator connecting to the NSW grid for over 30 years, a critical component in supporting the energy system transition as well as securing low emission and low-cost energy for consumers.Richard LoweTransGrid Services
300 MW Victorian Big Battery targets stronger grid and more renewable energy
Read moreAt 300 MW it will be one of the largest batteries in the world, taking our total capacity in operation or under construction in Australia to over 1.8 GW, and bringing us one step closer to our global target of 5 GW by the end of 2021.Xavier BarbaroChairman and CEO, Neoen
WA energy from waste project marks important Australian first
Read moreThis facility represents a significant opportunity to reduce pressure on landfill capacity and create a new and reliable source of green power. We are proud to be supporting Western Australia to achieve its waste management and green energy goals, and we are committed to engaging with local communities throughout construction and once the facility is operating.Frank SmithAvertas Energy