Evoenergy is partnering with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), the Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program at the Australian National University (ANU), the ACT Government and Zepben to lead a project that will implement ‘shaped operating envelopes’ in our electricity network.
With funding and support from ARENA's Advancing Renewables Program and the ACT Government, Evoenergy will work with consortium partners to use the latest technology to improve the way we manage electricity network peaks, reduce electricity prices and unlock additional network capacity to allow Canberrans greater potential exports of solar and battery energy to the grid. Shaped operating envelopes are new to Canberra’s electricity network and will enable Evoenergy to manage the electricity network in a way that takes into account two-way energy flows, network constraints in the area and the unique import and export capability for each solar and battery connection.
Throughout the project, Evoenergy will work with owners of eligible solar and battery systems to establish a shaped operating envelope that will optimise the import and export time and capacity unique to their network connection. Project participants will be eligible for a $200 registration payment.
See more information or register your interest to participate at Project Converge.