The West - Carnegie Bid To Help Fix South Australia's Energy Crisis
Carnegie Clean Energy has put up its hand to help solve South Australia’s energy crisis. The company announced today it had submitted a proposal to that state’s government to provide a utility-scale, battery-based energy storage solution that could be bolted on to the state’s energy grid.
Battery boost planned for West Australian solar power station
A renewable energy company backed by former Australian Football League chairman Mike Fitzpatrick plans to build a battery ready solar power station at Northam in Western Australia worth up to $20 million, the first step in a landmark joint venture with Lendlease.
Carnegie plans solar power station in Northam
Carnegie Clean Energy’s expansion is continuing with plans for a 10MW solar power station in Northam which the Michael Ottaviano-led company will build, own and operate.
Weekend West - Heavy hitter pushes green energy’s potential
Chairman of the AFL and Carnegie Clean Energy Board Member Mike Fitzpatrick is one of the biggest investors in WA’s, and Australia’s, renewable energy sector. In an interview with WestBusiness this week, he lamented the binary positions adopted by many people over climate change and the role renewable energy will play in tackling it.