In a changing energy landscape, transmission projects like Project EnergyConnect are vital to the successful transition of power systems.
More than 9000 kilometres of conductor cabling, enough to span from Sydney to Perth three times, will be used to deliver Australia’s largest electricity grid project, EnergyConnect.
Major construction work has begun on the South Australian component of the new 900-kilometre electricity interconnector with New South Wales, Project EnergyConnect, with the installation of the first transmission poles at Robertstown today.
The South Australian component of Project EnergyConnect, the new high-voltage electricity interconnector between South Australia and New South Wales, has reached another significant milestone today following the South Australian Government’s approval of the major project’s Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
The two major construction contracts have been awarded for the South Australian component of Project EnergyConnect, the new high-voltage electricity interconnector with New South Wales.