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05 December 2017

Can Tesla's mega battery deliver on reliability in South Australia?

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On 1 December, Tesla commissioned the world's largest lithium-ion battery (Powerpack) in South Australia. The 100-MW, 129-MWh battery is paired with French renewable energy company Neoen's 315-MW wind farm at Hornsdale in Jamestown. The plant consists of 99 wind turbines. The battery-complex is called Hornsdale Power Reserve. The integrated project is meant to deliver on energy reliability goals.

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  • Start of world's largest lithium-ion battery gives renewables a new edge

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  • Illustrative load curve in South Australia (before and after battery)

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