Our Track Record

Equis has a track record of delivering lasting, renewable energy projects that provide sustainable benefits. We have developed over 220 renewable projects, totalling over 17GW, across Asia Pacific since 2010.

Our Current Portfolio

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Offshore Wind
Gippsland, Victoria

SSER-Equis Gippsland (SEG) is a 50/50 joint venture formed between SSE Renewables (SSER) and Equis to develop an offshore wind project in Gippsland, Victoria.

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Koolunga BESS
Koolunga

Equis is developing a 200MW/800MWh Battery in Koolunga to help provide South Australia with reliable energy and decrease dependency on fossil fuels.

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Lower Wonga BESS
Woolooga

Equis is developing a 200MW Battery Energy Storage System in Lower Wonga (Woolooga) that will provide reliable energy to Queensland.

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Calala BESS
Tamworth

Equis is developing a 300MW/1,200MWh Battery in Calala, Tamworth to help provide New South Wales with reliable energy.

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Mackay
Mackay

Equis is developing a 50MW Battery Energy Storage System in Mackay that will provide reliable energy to Queensland.

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Tasmania
Tasmania

Equis is developing wind farms across Tasmania. Although 100% renewable today, Tasmania needs further energy to help drought proof Hydro Tasmania’s assets, support Battery of the Nation, supply the burgeoning hydrogen industry and provide for future economic growth.

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Melbourne Renewable Energy Hub
Melbourne

The most advanced large scale BESS project in Victoria. Over 2.4Gwh of energy storage, with development approval and grid connection approvals received, Melbourne Renewable Energy Hub will be one of the biggest batteries in the world and capable of servicing more than 1,000,000 households. MREH: Underwriting Victoria’s energy transition.

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Our Focus  

We Develop:

  1. Batteries to stabilise Australian energy markets
  2. Contestable transmission infrastructure to support the Energy Transition
  3. Renewables to safely and cleanly achieve Australia’s Emissions Reduction Plan

We are committed to working closely with stakeholders throughout the entire project lifecycle, from site selection, planning, design, engineering, marketing, grid connections, financing, development, and construction.