The 3.8 MWp solar system for Noumi Ltd was completed in early 2020. This represents a landmark commercial behind the meter solar installation in Australia, which includes an iconic 500kW Tesla battery to supply facility critical loads, in addition to ABB PVS-175 solar inverters.
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Established in 1987, Austco Polar Cold Storage is an Australian owned and operated temperature controlled storage facility. Due to the nature of cold storage operation, inherent to the business is high energy consumption
Being one of Australia’s largest family-owned wineries, Andrew Peace Wines is committed to both expansion of their export operations as well as reducing their energy cost. AEES designed and coordinated a number of supply partners for participation in AEMO’s Demand Response Initiative (DRI).
Andrew Peace Wines have committed to reducing the cost of winery operations energy through the installation of a 1MW ground-mount Solar PV system and 3 x 500kW Bio-Fuel Gensets to power their new water-treatment facility.
JC Tanloden is the leading supplier of Fodder to Meat & Dairy Farmers throughout Asia. With the company coming off their energy contract, the new tariff meant unsustainable increases in electricity pricing.
Due to the 2017/18 increase in energy prices the Ballarat Golf Club was incurring considerably higher electricity expenses each month – in excess of $10,000. The club management undertook an extensive investigation into potential use of solar power alternatives.
Boosey Creek Dairy approached AEES Group with two major business operations that needed to be renewably powered: their Dairy Operations building and their water pumping station to aid their organic products.
The City of Casey and the YMCA The $3.47 million project included a total roof replacement, upgrading the 100kWp Solar to 340kWp to reduce the carbon footprint, and reduce the energy cost to the building. AEES Group was contracted to install the system to reduce reduce the cost of; heating, water pumps, 24 x 7 air conditioning as well as the operations during business hours such as lighting, facility cafes and shops.
Lanyon Marketplace was interested in impacting their triple bottom line – environmental, social and financial – when considering investing in renewable energy. AEES Group’s renewable solution met Lanyon Marketplace’s goal of lowering their shopping centre’s impact on the environment, while also offering lower electricity bills to both the centre and then therefore, their retailers.
GWMWater has formally committed to a pledge of reducing carbon emissions by 19% by 2025. AEES Group on behalf of the authority is presently delivering 11 behind the meter installations amounting in 860kW of Solar PV across its operating facilities. This includes pumping and filtrating operations close to Horsham as well as throughout their operating jurisdiction.