76 Results for tag MPower

MPower’s Energy Storage Solution Utilised in Ground Breaking Study for Leading Network Provider

Media Release – Friday 17 June 2016 For Immediate Release Battery technology developed and manufactured by leading power solutions provider MPower has been successfully utilised in a ground-breaking study by Victoria’s largest energy network provider, AusNet Services. AusNet Services’ three-year battery storage trial tested new ways to use residential batteries, including exporting electricity into the […] ... Read More

Analysing the Quest for Renewable Energy Storage Systems

Energy industry analysts have repeatedly stated that advanced energy storage systems are the key to encouraging adoption of renewable power sources. The US Department of Energy’s Solar Energy Technology Programs started the Renewable Systems Interconnection studies, which sought to identify the obstacles towards widespread use of green energy. One of the studies’ conclusions was that […] ... Read More

Incorporating Renewables Into Wider System

How efficient are renewable energy sources? A recent United Nations (UN) report seeks to shed some light on the benefits of Australian companies incorporating solar power and other clean energy sources into their systems. The intention to move to these systems is highlighted by the funding of new technology, designed to enhance the ability to utilise stored […] ... Read More

Australia Home to More Than 1.5 Million Solar Power Systems

Solar power systems are becoming more popular, with 2015 seeing a vast number of installations in Australia and across the globe. Recent research from SunWiz indicated that solar installations are increasing due to the relatively low price in comparison to other renewable energy sources. The record number of solar power systems in Australia reflects a wider international trend. Further research […] ... Read More

Significant Milestone for Large-Scale Solar in Australia

Australia is well and truly ready for big solar, with two key plants recently receiving recognition for their contribution to renewable energy in the country.  Large scale solar power systems are becoming more prevalent, with mining projects and even universities reaping the benefits of utilising stored solar energy. In order to celebrate the role that solar has […] ... Read More

How to Assess a Location for Renewable Energy Installations

The demand for renewable energy solutions around Australia has stretched beyond just solar power systems, with a range of different installations all contributing to create more sustainable developments.  However, not all options will be suitable for every type of structure, meaning project managers and engineers would do well to consult renewable energy experts to ensure […] ... Read More

How Can Hospitals Make Use of Renewable Energy Installations?

Hospitals are an essential part of Australian infrastructure, and provide the perfect platform to advertise the benefits of renewable energy installations to the rest of the healthcare industry and other sectors alike.  From solar panels to energy storage systems, the country’s hospitals and other medical facilities can benefit greatly from projects that include this technology. […] ... Read More

Queensland Reaping the Benefits of Renewable Energy

Queensland is quickly earning its title as Sunshine State in more ways than one. A new solar farm on the horizon demonstrates the impact of renewable energy throughout the region, particularly improving access to power in rural areas. Moreover, it showcases the opportunities for solar power to work with current non-renewable energy systems to create a facility that is capable of utilising […] ... Read More

Will LNG Overtake Coal as Australia’s Primary Energy Resource?

Shutdowns, cutbacks and other actions characteristic of contraction are common among many of Australia’s mines. The minerals boom has passed, and many decision-makers are learning that a significant number of operations are no longer feasible. Coal mines are no exception to this depreciation. According to IBISWorld, Australia’s black coal mining sector has experienced negative annual […] ... Read More

Large-Scale Solar Projects to Receive Funding

Australian companies are ready to deploy renewable energy, judging by the high expression of interest in funding for large-scale solar projects. The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) recently announced the shortlisted projects which will progress to the next stage in its $100 million large-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) competitive funding initiative. The response reflected the role that renewable energy is playing a […] ... Read More

What Role Does LNG Play in Queensland’s Energy Supply?

Energy production continues to diversify across Australia as more companies seek the benefits of renewable energy such as solar power systems. Another option that is rising in popularity is liquefied natural gas (LNG) which, according to the Australian government, is widely known as a safe, convenient and clean form of energy. Moreover, liquefying natural gas […] ... Read More

New Solar Farm Positions Queensland as the Sunshine State

Australia’s commitment to developing a solar-powered national grid continues to grow following news that Queensland will be home to one of the country’s largest facilities.   The project is yet another addition to Australia’s growing renewable energy portfolio, setting the standard for future investment in the sector. With both residential and industrial developments viable platforms for the addition […] ... Read More

How can Mining Benefit From Renewable Energy?

While non-renewable energy remains a key part of mining processes, the industry is starting to see the benefits of generating and storing it. With solar power re-defining energy across the country, it’s no wonder the mining sector is also turning to renewable power. This is highlighted by a recent mining project which has been heralded as Australia’s […] ... Read More

Can Sports Stadiums Benefit from Renewable Energy Investment?

Australia has a proud sporting heritage, and is home to some of the most famous stadiums in the Southern Hemisphere. After all, it’s hard to imagine an Australian summer without a game of cricket being played at the MCG. As hosts to some of the country’s most important sports matches, high-profile concerts and other large […] ... Read More

Is Trigeneration and Cogeneration Growing in Australia?

Commercial property developers typically find ways to reduce expenses tenants may have to incur on a monthly basis. Utility costs are one area which real estate investors assess carefully when placing financial support behind a new facility. More than a few decision-makers have implemented cogeneration or trigeneration to address these costs. Have Australian property investors […] ... Read More

What Does 2016 Hold for the Renewable Energy Industry?

Is Australia doing enough to invest in solar power systems across the country? With the government boosting adoption rates with funding, the latest report  from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) indicated that innovation in renewable energy needs to keep up. This requires effective storage technology that can efficiently manage solar generation. Incorporating solar into more Australian homes The government’s Solar Towns Programme seeks […] ... Read More

Rooftop Solar the key to Renewable Energy Development

Australia’s growing population is creating a need for further accommodation, sparking investment in residential development. However, the country’s project managers will have to deal with significant challenges in order to ensure these developments are sustainable. One of the easiest – and now the cheapest – methods of achieving this with renewable energy involves rooftop solar panels. […] ... Read More

BARDIC Emergency Lighting Joins the EXITCYCLE Initiative

Media Release – Monday 22 February, 2016 For Immediate Release BARDIC Emergency Lighting, a brand of MPower has joined forces with EXITCYCLE, a voluntary initiative supported by The Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection and Lighting Council Australia, aimed at increasing the recycling rate of end-of-life emergency and exit lighting batteries. EXITCYCLE is a 12 […] ... Read More

World-Class Australian LNG Project to Receive Final Power Solution Component

Media Release – Thursday 18 February, 2016 For Immediate Release Today, Australia and New Zealand’s leading power solutions provider, MPower dispatched the final critical component to complete two 2.1 megawatt emergency generators for the world-class Ichthys LNG Project. The last of two 20 tonne radiators will be shipped from Sydney and assembled onto the Central […] ... Read More

Innovation in Mining: How Does Renewable Energy Fit?

It’s important for businesses in any industry to pursue innovative practices. For those such as mining that are subject to a range of changing trends, it’s essential that the affected businesses are doing their utmost to pursue technology that supports future developments. Much of the discussion surrounding Australia’s mining industry concerns efficiency, and there are […] ... Read More

LNG Integral to Australia’s Future

Australia’s economy will continue to be defined by the mineral resources industry for the foreseeable future, with the liquid natural gas (LNG) sector responsible for a notable boost to its outlook. Increases in exploration should result in a healthy industry that will contribute positively to the country’s economy and result in both new offshore structures and upgrades to existing ones. Offshore […] ... Read More

How Can Solar Power Systems Impact Sustainability Programs?

The growing desire for renewable energy systems is impacting a number of sectors throughout Australia and the rest of the world. From residential homeowners and small businesses to large corporations and government departments, there is considerable demand for these technologies and more sustainable business practices in general. A report from Ernst & Young (EY) revealed that sustainability […] ... Read More

Businesses Left Behind Without Solar

The recent announcement of the national Renewable Energy Target appears to have lit a fire under project managers throughout the country, with solar power systems beginning to dominate the energy market. According to the country’s Clean Energy Regulator there are already almost 2.4 million small-scale renewable energy installations spread across Australia – more than half of […] ... Read More

How Are Universities Improving Their Sustainability?

Generally, the larger an institution is and the more people it services, the greater the potential for sustainable design practices to make an impact. Australia’s universities are the perfect platform for renewable energy services, especially as they’re the places responsible for educating the next generation of the country’s workforce. According to the Australian Education Network, there are […] ... Read More

How Will New Residential Developments Use Renewable Energy Solutions?

Australian businesses are not the only parties striving to make the most out of renewable energy solutions. As the rate of residential construction increases, project managers tasked with creating large-scale housing developments are in the perfect position to lay the foundation for Australia’s solar future. The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported nearly $15 billion worth of residential […] ... Read More

Population Growth Demands Commitment to Renewable Energy

It’s no secret the earth’s population is on the rise, creating an added challenge for the planet’s already strained non-renewable energy resources. Australia isn’t immune to these trends either, with an ageing population expected to greatly add to the number of Australians calling the country home in the coming decades. According to the Australian Bureau […] ... Read More

Research Reveals Solar as Cheap Form of Renewable Energy

Businesses around Australia have plenty of opportunities to integrate renewable energy installations such as solar farms and other facilities into their operations. With new research revealing these are not only environmentally friendly options, but also cost-effective ones, the number of projects that benefit from these solutions is set to grow. Along with the reported price […] ... Read More

Market for Energy Storage Systems Set for Growth

The market for commercial and residential renewable energy technologies has now expanded far beyond solar installations. Now, advanced systems can augment these technologies by increasing their functionality and enhancing the positive impact they have on targeted environmental initiatives. Energy storage systems is one of the products having the most notable effect. These greatly alter the way solar panels disperse their energy throughout […] ... Read More

Successful Commissioning of West Kimberley Solar Farm

The Aboriginal community of Yungngora in the West Kimberley is now powered partly by solar. Solar panels delivering 200 kilowatts of power and a short term energy storage system have been installed by Horizon Power at the community, formerly known as Noonkanbah station. The solar farm was commissioned two weeks ago and has been running […] ... Read More

Big Solar Defines Renewable Energy in Australia

Solar installations are impacting cities of all sizes across Australia and the rest of the world. Their flexibility will shape the future of renewable energy throughout the country. From small, residential solar arrays to projects large enough to supply power to whole cities, the future will be powered by the sun’s rays. MPower’s engineers are at the […] ... Read More

Can a Residential Development Exist Off the Grid?

The way Australians use electricity is changing. Renewable energy projects are likely to shape a range of different developments around the country, which may reduce homeowners’ dependence on the grid. Project managers have multiple resources at their disposal to construct sustainable housing developments. Solar power systems allow buildings to generate clean energy, while grid stability systems ensure this electricity […] ... Read More

Australian Offshore LNG Projects Gather Steam

How does the LNG sector rely on electricity solutions? As long as there is international demand for it, Australia will continue to rely on the offshore liquid natural gas (LNG) sector as a key component of its mineral extraction industry. These developments require tailored gas power systems to ensure operating environments for gas producers are both safe and efficient […] ... Read More

Energy Storage Set to Define Renewable Future

The world’s solar use is rapidly evolving. While it was previously limited to installations that utlised the sun’s energy to power devices immediately, the future lies in storing this output for selective needs. There are a number of benefits to this method, with battery storage products allowing solar energy to be used either as backup generators […] ... Read More

Do Australians Support Renewable Energy?

The environmental benefits of renewable energy projects have been discussed for many years now, and most Australians will be aware of the increasing number of solar installations cropping up across the country. With these facts in mind, do Australians actually like the idea of a future powered by the sun rather than the conventional fuels they’ve grown […] ... Read More

Solar Energy Systems Market to Rise Through to 2020

With global pressure to focus on renewable energy initiatives, electricity providers are embracing clean energy options. Although there are plenty of options for these organisations to reduce their carbon footprint, there’s one option they are choosing again and again: solar photovoltaic (PV). Recent price drops combined with their near-universal appeal means that solar installations are quickly […] ... Read More

Energy Storage Systems Integral to Solar Power’s Effectiveness

Utilities, environmental scientists and other professionals have long discussed the benefits of renewable energy installations such as solar panels. However, there are ways to further increase the effectiveness of photovoltaic technology. Solar panels can be augmented by a range of other renewable energy solutions that make the products both more usable and more efficient. For […] ... Read More

MPower Launches Remarkable Microinverter Range

Media Release – Friday 30 October 2015 For Immediate Release MPower is proud to announce that it has selected APsystems as its microinverter partner within the Australian market. Today’s challenging residential and commercial solar applications demand innovation and power, and APsystems microinverters deliver. APsystems is pushing the market forward with constant, intensive research and development […] ... Read More

Top 4 Industry-Leading Solar Projects

While much of the talk of renewable energy installations centres around their positive effects on the environment, there are some projects that are impressing in a whole different way. Whether it’s due to their sheer size, challenging locations or inventiveness, there are examples from around the world that are proving solar power’s ability to succeed […] ... Read More

Solar Power Systems Prove Effective in Remote Mining Operation

As the states around Australia align to focus on renewable energy targets, it’s up to the country’s largest industries to ensure technology investment supports these goals. In particular, mining is poised to reap the greatest benefits from solar power systems, while also being in a position to significantly reduce national greenhouse gas emissions levels. According to […] ... Read More

How Will Battery Storage Grow in the Future?

Solar power has already proven itself as the renewable generation method of choice throughout Australia, finding a number of uses throughout commercial and residential applications. Now, it’s time for the supporting technology to take the next step. Battery storage is set to give solar power even greater value to homes and businesses. At their core, these devices […] ... Read More

How Can Technology Influence Planning for Energy Storage Systems?

Renewable energy is set to define the future of Australia’a power industry, adding a whole different dimension to the planning required for electricity projects. The range of variables associated with implementing a solar project successfully can present challenges to engineers in charge of such initiatives. In some cases, the solution lies in technology, with energy storage systems […] ... Read More

Solar Becomes an Attractive Alternative for Utilities

The demand for solar generation around the world is increasing rapidly, driven in part by the growth in new systems and deployments. For utilities, this is also leading to greater investment in grid-scale and rooftop applications that are now at a comparative cost to conventional fuel sources. This process has been seen most recently in […] ... Read More

Global Photovoltaic Installations Rising Further

As businesses and home owners around the world look for new ways to reduce their electrical costs, the popularity of solar photovoltaics (PV) has grown considerably. In coming years, these systems are predicted to grow further still, as more individuals make this shift to alternative electrical sources. That’s according to recently released figures from IHS, […] ... Read More

Final Components for two 1.9MW Emergency Generators Shipped to South Korea for World-Class Project

Media Release – Friday 2 September 2015 For Immediate Release Leading oil and gas power solutions provider, MPower has dispatched the final critical components to complete two 1.9MW emergency generator sets, custom designed and constructed for the world-class Ichthys Project Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading facility (FPSO). In April 2013, MPower was awarded the contract […] ... Read More

Natural Gas Set to be a $55 Billion Industry

 Australia’s natural gas sector has already recorded substantial growth and is only going to keep expanding in the coming years. That’s according to new research by Accenture, which has considered how the country’s liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) sector is going to evolve. According to the report, Australia’s LNG sector is predicted to add $55 billion to Australia’s […] ... Read More

Global Green Energy Investment Grows Rapidly

The global investment in new energy technology has continued to grow, thanks to an increasing number of projects around the world. As solar and other renewable energy installations increase in number, these sources now account for a substantial amount of new generation capacity. That’s the finding from the most recent study by the United Nations Environment […] ... Read More

Natural Gas a Growing Sector

Australia has rapidly become a leader in the natural gas space, and is expected to continue growing over coming years as new projects come online to meet international demand. Driving this increase in demand is a significant upswing in imports from East Asian economies. The scope of this growth has been underscored by recent research […] ... Read More

Solar Power Costs Predicted to Keep Falling

As solar photovoltaic PV installations have continued to grow in popularity, their corresponding cost has also decreased substantially. Over the last few years, the cost of providing solar power has also dropped dramatically as production ramps up. This was underscored most recently by a report from the Australian Climate Council into how the industry is […] ... Read More

Businesses Investing in HVAC Systems

Heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are becoming an increasingly important investment for organisations, across a variety of applications. From off-shore oil and gas platforms to inner-city office blocks, the need to provide innovative heating and cooling systems is a major focus for businesses. This shift in attention is also leading to changes in […] ... Read More

Further Investment in Renewables for the Pacific

The Pacific Islands are continuing to see major investments into renewable energy capacity, thanks to a growing number of projects, especially in the solar sector. With many of these projects funded in partnership with external aid organisations, there is a concerted effort to reduce the region’s reliance on fossil fuels. This year, four major projects […] ... Read More

3.55 Gigawatts of Energy Storage Planned Globally

Energy storage technology has grown in popularity across the world, as governments and companies invest in these systems in order to diversify their electrical services. According to the US Department of Energy, this technology has recorded a substantial increase in recent years, with 3.55 gigawatts currently being installed globally. This reflects 599 different projects with each aiming to […] ... Read More

Australia Continues to Lead in Solar PV Installations

Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are seeing continued expansion, with grid-scale, commercial and residential rooftop installations all playing a part in the overall growth of this important energy sector. While this is changing the solar sector, this expansion is not taking place equally, with different countries around the world seeing the solar PV market grow in unique […] ... Read More

Emergency Lighting Sees Sustained Growth

Emergency lighting is an essential part of any building – both for keeping occupants safe and ensuring the building meets Australian building code. With the introduction of LED solutions as well, many building managers are considering shifting their lighting to an alternative that is both safe and energy efficient. The rapid growth in emergency lighting […] ... Read More

Commercial Solar Hits 25 Per Cent of New Installations

Australia is well-known for the popularity of rooftop solar power among home owners, with this sector seeing considerable growth over the last few years. However, commercial installations are also seeing continued investment, as businesses look for new ways to save money on their everyday expenses. In fact, 25 per cent of new solar rooftop installations […] ... Read More

MPower to Build $14 Million Solar Power Station

Media Release – Monday 20 July, 2015 For Immediate Release Today, MPower announced a $14 million contract to build a solar power station in Samoa. This is the largest solar project that MPower has undertaken and comes hard on the heels of other substantial renewable energy projects that MPower has secured over the last twelve […] ... Read More

Australia has the Potential for Widespread Renewable Adoption: ANU

The growth of renewables and other innovative power solutions is being driven by a number of different motivations. These range from the investment homeowners and businesses make to cut costs to the desire to limit the country’s carbon emissions. Driven by these different motivations, the country has the potential to substantially increase the amount of […] ... Read More

Renewable Energy Reaches a “Pinch Point”

Growing renewable installations around the world is continuing to change global energy markets, as a range of different factors modify the way grids are operating. As a result, these new energy sources, particularly solar, are now mainstream in the global economy. That’s the finding from recent research, conducted by HSBC and published in an exclusive with […] ... Read More

Widespread Off-Grid Generation Expected to be Commonplace by 2020

The potential for off-grid renewable generation is set to continue growing in the coming years, as the technology to enable these changes becomes more widespread. In remote areas like outback and regional Australia, these generation solutions have the potential to provide a unique energy alternative for organisations. Recent research, conducted by the Alternative Energy Association, has […] ... Read More

Solar Tracking Sees Increasing Investment

As solar power has grown, both at the grid scale and through rooftop installations, many organisations are now investing in systems that can track solar output over time. There are a number of reasons for the dramatic growth in these installations. At a local level, remote solar installations require innovative cloud tracking software and solar-tracking […] ... Read More

Australia Grows its Share of Global LNG Production

The Australian LNG market is continuing to see major growth, with the country emerging as a major player in the liquid natural gas (LNG) market thanks to strong demand from Asia. That’s the finding from the most recent research from the International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers, which has revealed data on the state of […] ... Read More

New Standards for the Development of Solar Panels

One of the most important factors in the development of solar panels is the quality of the finished product and ensuring these products are sturdy enough to support large-scale projects. In laboratory conditions, solar panels have continued to become more efficient. Late last year, a team from the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE […] ... Read More

New Funding for Innovative Renewable Projects in Australia

Australia’s energy production is continuing its shift towards multiple sources of generation, including both conventional fuels and renewable sources. As a result, many companies and public organisations have continued to invest in innovative solutions that can further add to the future composition of the country’s electrical needs. Further developments are also likely in this space, […] ... Read More

70 Per Cent Renewables Possible Over Coming Years

Many countries around the world have already committed to a radical increase in the amount of power drawn from renewable sources, while many organisations are also investing in these services. This development has already been seen in Australia, with organisations like the University of Queensland investing in new solar capacity, coupled with battery storage, that can […] ... Read More

New Opportunities for Renewable Generation Across Australia

Australia’s renewable energy sector has continued to grow, adding new solar installations from grid-scale to residential rooftop systems. While these developments have become increasingly important for individuals, one issue has continued to affect the uptake of solar power – the question of what to do with excess generation. Among the current solutions is the use […] ... Read More

Australian Natural Gas Predicted to Keep Growing

Australia’s oil and gas industry is continuing to move from strength to strength, with a strong pipeline of projects either beginning extraction in the future or currently under exploration. As a result, a number of sources are predicting Australia will emerge as a major leader in hydrocarbon exploitation, with production of natural gas rivalling that […] ... Read More

Combined Heating and Power an Area of Rapid Growth

Globally, the demand for combined heating and power generation technologies is increasing rapidly, as businesses look to improve their operations and reduce running costs. With many factories and industrial sites requiring both heating and electricity generation, combining these into a single cogeneration system often leads to substantial savings. This has been highlighted in a recent […] ... Read More

MPower Dispatches Emergency Generators for Roy Hill

Media Release – Friday 24 April 2015 For Immediate Release Today, leading power solutions provider MPower has dispatched four emergency generator sets, designed and manufactured for the Roy Hill project, rail and port facilities. In July 2014, MPower was awarded a significant contract with Samsung C&T Corporation to design, engineer, manufacture and commission emergency diesel […] ... Read More

Innovation Leader, MPower Successfully Patents Power Design for Renewable Energy Applications

Media Release – 10 February, 2014 For Immediate Release Australia’s leading integrated power solutions provider, MPower is pleased to announce that it has been granted an innovation patent for its Grid Stability Control System and Method (GSS), awarded by the Commonwealth of Australia Patents Office. This revolutionary technology makes possible the seamless integration of different […] ... Read More

MPower Reveals a New Look Website and Online Store

Media Release – 2 September, 2014 For Immediate Release Australia’s leading integrated power solutions and product provider, MPower, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, showcasing the company’s full spectrum of capabilities and power products. The MPower website, http://www.mpower.com.au showcases the company’s capabilities and experience as a leading power solutions provider. MPower’s […] ... Read More

MPower – Powering Campbelltown Hospital’s $139 million Redevelopment

Media Release – 26 June, 2013 For Immediate Release Australia’s leading integrated power solutions provider, MPower is pleased to announce a working partnership with Stowe Australia to design, install and commission a standby generator system for Campbelltown Hospital. Campbelltown Hospital is a major medical facility located within the south west of Sydney and is part […] ... Read More

MPower, Sponsoring and Exhibiting at Clean Energy Week 2013

Media Release – Friday 28 June, 2013 For Immediate Release MPower, Australia and New Zealand’s leading integrated power solutions provider will sponsor and exhibit at this year’s Clean Energy Week event. Clean Energy Week is Australia’s biggest event for the renewable energy and energy efficiency industry, exhibiting from 24 – 26 July 2013 at the […] ... Read More

MPower Employee, Leading the way for a Brighter Future

Media Release – Thursday 4 July, 2013 For Immediate Release MPower, Australia and New Zealand’s leading integrated power solutions provider is pleased to announce Randy Low, Product Manager for MPower’s emergency lighting range has been nationally selected as a young leader for the Standards Australia 2013-2014 Young Leaders Program. The program is designed to bring […] ... Read More

A Cleaner Vision; MPower Supports Clean Energy Week 2013

Media Release – Wednesday 31 July, 2013 For Immediate Release MPower, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tag Pacific Limited is proactive in developing products and solutions that strengthen the clean energy industry and has supported this stance by sponsoring and exhibiting at Clean Energy Week 2013. Clean Energy Week is Australia’s biggest event for the […] ... Read More

MPower to Supply New Zealand’s Leading Telecommunications Providers

Media Release – Wednesday 25 September, 2013 For Immediate Release Following a rigorous request for proposal (RFP) process, MPower, Australia and New Zealand’s leading power solutions provider has been awarded a 7 year preferred supplier contract to provide the majority of reserve batteries required by Chorus and Telecom in New Zealand. Some of the batteries […] ... Read More

MPower Dispatches 5.4MW Blackstart Generators for Yarnima Power Station

Media Release – Monday 10 February, 2014 For Immediate Release MPower, Australia and New Zealand’s leading integrated power solutions provider has dispatched three 1.8MW black-start generators for the Yarnima Power Station project in Western Australia. The logistics and extensive work health and safety requirements surrounding the movement of the generators was challenging and required careful […] ... Read More

Remote communities benefiting from solar/diesel hybrids

Among the main challenges that communities face in Australia is around access to electricity, especially in the more remote parts of the country. Often, it is uneconomical to supply these communities with mains power from the national grid, leaving them dependent on energy sources like diesel generators that have been brought in to meet their […] ... Read More

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