The Inverleigh Hybrid Project – Battery Energy Storage System is a 12,000kW energy storage project located in Winchelsea, Victoria, Australia.
The project was announced in 2016.
The key applications of the project are reliability, back up power and grid support services.
The hybrid project has been redesigned for up to 16 wind turbine generators with an indicative capacity of 4.8 MW, co-located solar generation and battery storage. Subject to final turbine selection, solar and battery storage sizing, the installed capacity is expected to be up to 76.8 MW of wind, 16-22 MW of solar and approximately 12 MW of battery storage which is expandable giving an indicative total installed capacity of 110.8 MW.
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