Some quick thoughts, spurred by Simon Hackett’s comment in relation to the fire at the Victorian Big Battery
One Monday evening article noting reports that the fire at Victoria Big Battery is under control.
A short update on Sunday 1st August 2021, about the continuing fire at the Victoria Big Battery.
It’s Saturday evening, and here’s a look at what additional data I can see, in relation to the fire (and any after-effects) with the Victorian Big Battery.
Following the (very brief) initial article early this afternoon, here’s some more of what we have been able to determine about today’s fire at the new Victoria Big Battery facility near Geelong VIC.
Coincident with the AEMC’s Final Determination yesterday (Thu 15th July) on FFR, there was also the Draft Determination published on Energy Storage Systems. Here are some (very) early thoughts…
Guest Author, Warwick Forster, looks at designing a combined solar & storage business model for the NEM
Hornsdale Power Reserve a.k.a “World’s biggest battery” achieves new milestones – discharged at a rate of 100MW and charged continuously for nearly 3 hours.
It’s 1st December 2017 – the first day of summer, and also the promised delivery date for the “world’s largest battery”. In this updated post we look at how it’s been operating.
It’s Saturday 25th November 2017 and what is currently known as “the worlds biggest battery” has kicked into gear – charging for a couple hours this morning.
Cast your mind back 15 years to 2016. You probably don’t remember this, but 15 years ago people still debated whether the growth of distributed energy would fundamentally transform the Australian electricity system.