A safe, reliable and cost-effective electricity supply is available to homes and business in remote South Australian towns.

Coober Pedy

Energy Developments Limited (EDL) has built, owns and operates the Coober Pedy Renewable Hybrid Power Project, which combines 4 MW wind, 1 MW solar, a 1 MW/500 kWhr battery and other enabling and integration technologies to provide the town of Coober Pedy. The EDL system uses approximately 70% renewable energy.

Learn more about the Coober Pedy Renewable Hybrid Power Project

Beverley Uranium Mine

Through the Renewable Technology Fund, RenewablesSA is helping fund SunSHIFT to deploy a modular and relocatable 1 MW solar PV block and 1 MW/0.5 MWh energy storage system at the Heathgate Resources’ Beverley Uranium Mine.

Learn more about the energy storage system at Beverley Uranium Mine

Remote Areas Energy Supply (RAES) scheme

A safe, reliable and cost effective electricity supply is available to homes and businesses in remote south Australian towns through the Remote Area Energy Supply (RAES) scheme. The scheme provides electricity to around 3,400 customers across 25 remote townships and Aboriginal Communities.

Learn more about the RAES scheme