Solar PV Feasibility and Management
- Latrobe University: 4.5MW rooftop solar and carports
- University of Melbourne: 2.7MW Solar PV program
- Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre 309kW
- Nillumbik Stadium: 100kW PV, 100kWhr/45kW battery
- South Melbourne Market, City of Port Phillip
- Private hospital rollout (national)
- City of Darebin 850kW Solar and Energy storage
- Solar Engineering and Grid Connection
Solar Farms and Storage - Development Services
- 4.9MW Longwarry battery land and planning permit
- Business case for large battery addition to 40MW solar farm
- Yarra Ranges Council 4.5MW Solar Landfill Feasibility
- 400MW Solar farm design and planning permit
- Nillumbik Shire Council Landfill 4.99MW Solar Feasibility
- Knox City Council 4.99MW Landfill Solar Farm
- Solar Farm 3D photomontages and videos
- Solar Farms and Storage - Engineering
- Solar Hybrid On Grid
- Solar Hybrid Off Grid
- Energy Audits
- Energy and Emissions Strategy
- Feasibility Studies
- Embedded Networks
Embedded Network Feasibility for the City of Greater Bendigo
- Project: Establishing regulatory, technical and financial viability of a smart embedded network
The City of Greater Bendigo’s largest energy using buildings are in one precinct on View St and Barnard St in central Bendigo. The Council wishes to improve the environmental and economic performance of the energy supply at these sites by converting it to a smart embedded network.
Enhar was engaged to undertake a detailed Feasibility Study which explored transformer consolidation, metering and regulatory compliance, on site generation through multiple rooftop PV systems, battery storage and system integration. Our investigation provided financial modelling with business case justification for the cost-benefit of establishing an embedded network. The technical and regulatory risks were addressed in the study.
Solar car port structures were also investigated for upscaling of the onsite generation.
Following the feasibility report, Enhar was also engaged to provide technical drafting for the City of Bendigo’s application to the State government’s Microgrid Fund.