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Milestone for Western Power’s first disconnected microgrid

Energy Minister Bill Johnston today announced an exciting opportunity for Western Australian businesses to explore the development of a disconnected microgrid pilot in the Mid-West, Wheatbelt or Great Southern regions.  

Western Power is seeking registrations of interest today to understand the capability and capacity of the market to develop a disconnected microgrid, which is a small, isolated network operating independently from the rest of the grid.

A modular network of remote power systems, including stand-alone power systems and disconnected microgrids may be a more cost-effective way to supply smaller regional communities in Western Power's service area.

Western Power's pilot could provide industry development opportunities for local manufacturers and providers.

Provision of services for disconnected microgrid

For more information or to register your interest.

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