Hornsdale Power Reserve, owned and operated by Neoen, and supplied by Tesla, is the world’s largest lithium-ion battery energy storage system, with a discharge capacity of 100 MW and energy storage capacity of 129 MWh. Located near Jamestown, South Australia, it shares the same 275 kV network connection point as the 300 MW Hornsdale wind farm. It was built, writes Paul Gleeson of Aurecon, to stabilize the state’s electricity grid, to facilitate the integration of renewable energy, and help prevent load-shedding (i.e. blackout events).
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