Australia faces a push-me-pull-you of grid constraints and an abundance of solar developments now face the prospect of curtailment and battered business models. Could the strategic placement of large-scale batteries help manage the distribution of electrons and leapfrog the slow augmentation of transmission infrastructure?
The 100 MW/129 MWh Hornsdale battery project built by French company Neoen in South Australia. Now, Neoen has announced plans for a battery around nine times the size of Hornsdale, also to be built in South Australia.
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