Our Projects

in Development

Firm Power has over 3GWh of BESS projects in various stages of development across the national electricity grid. Our projects are designed to power the energy transition by providing system stability and grid flexibility services that enable higher penetration of renewable energy – all whilst participating in broader energy markets.

Located in the Hunter Valley of NSW the 150MW Muswellbrook BESS will provide 2 hours of energy storage to stabilise the grid.

This Newcastle-based BESS serves to be the largest battery connected to the distribution system.

The Awaba BESS is a 50MW/100MWh battery close to the demand centres of the central coast of NSW and Greater Sydney.

The Blackstone BESS stands to be one of Australia’s largest batteries at 1 gigawatt-hour of energy storage.

The Abermain BESS is an Ipswich-based battery that will provide stability services to the Queensland network.

This innovative project in Penrith offers grid stability services and a services contract with local utility to offset the need for network investment.

The Glen Innes BESS is located in the New England region of NSW. 

The Murrumburrah BESS is located in the South East and Tablelands region of NSW.

This big battery is located in Nebo, within the Isaac Region of Queensland, in proximity to the Nebo 275kV Substation. 

This hybrid solar and battery storage project is based in Monash, near Renmark, South Australia. 

This big battery is based in Ipswich, about 40km southwest of Brisbane, Qld.

This hybrid solar and battery storage project is based near the township of Kondinin in Western Australia. 

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