Energy Networks: Transmission update and new downloadable content

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Energy Networks Australia, in partnership with the University of Technology Sydney, has released the 2019 transmission update of the Network Opportunity Maps based on the June 30, 2019 Transmission Annual Planning Reports (distribution data is unchanged from December 2018 Annual Planning Reports).

These are interactive investment and constraint maps, which identify the most valuable locations to invest in renewable energy and demand management.

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This release is part of the continued push by network businesses to improve network efficiency and lower network prices. It also highlights opportunities for the integration of clean energy in the grid and works towards common digital markets for cost-effective alternatives to building capital-intensive infrastructure, in alignment with the Network Transformation Roadmap.

See some examples of transmission investments and associated deferral value opportunities:

Don’t forget to use the time slider bar at the bottom of the screen.

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