By: Peter Trousdale On: November 07, 2022 In: Comments: 0

In their single largest investment, the CEFC has committed up to $295 million in capital to play an instrumental role in developing EnergyConnect, delivering essential grid infrastructure. EnergyConnect is a vital piece of energy infrastructure spanning more than 900 kilometers. TransGrid is building the NSW portion of the new interconnector, which will connect the energy grids of NSW and SA, with an additional link to North West Victoria. The Australian Energy Market Operator forecasts that EnergyConnect will unlock as much as 1,800 MW of renewable energy generation across Renewable Energy Zones, including approximately 800 MW in SA, 400 MW in NSW and 600 MW in Victoria.

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