AGL, Someva Renewables Partner for Pottinger Energy Park JV

Mar 4, 2024 02:26 PM ET
  • AGL and Someva Renewables team up for Pottinger Energy Park, a massive renewable energy project in NSW set to revolutionize the energy landscape.

Australian energy company AGL and renewable energy developer Someva Renewables have formed a Joint Venture to develop Pottinger Energy Park, which will include a 1.2 GW wind farm, 300 MW solar farm, and a 500 MW/2000 MWh battery energy storage system. The project, located in NSW, is expected to cost AUD 3.6 billion.

The Pottinger Energy Park project is in the early stages of development, with community engagement and planning underway. AGL's Chief Operating Officer, Markus Brokhof, sees the project as a significant step in the company's renewable energy portfolio build-out. Someva Renewables' Managing Director, Jamie Chivers, believes the project will play a crucial role in NSW's energy transition and has received support from the local community.

What are the key components of the Pottinger Energy Park project in NSW?

  • 1.2 GW wind farm
  • 300 MW solar farm
  • 500 MW/2000 MWh battery energy storage system
  • Located in NSW
  • Expected to cost AUD 3.6 billion
  • Community engagement and planning underway
  • AGL and Someva Renewables Joint Venture
  • A significant step in AGL's renewable energy portfolio build-out
  • Crucial role in NSW's energy transition
  • Support from the local community

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