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Hills of Gold
Assets | Infrastructure
ENGIE takes up option to develop Hills o...

ENGIE Australia & New Zealand today announced the purchase of the Hills of Gold Wind Farm development near Nundle, New South Wales. The project, which is progressing through the planning process, will have a capacity of up to 420MW when completed.

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Coles-Moonee-Ponds
ENGIE | Business
Coles secures path to 100% renewable ele...

Coles today announced it has signed power purchase agreements to meet its ambitious target of sourcing 100% of its electricity needs from renewable sources by the end of the 2025 financial year.

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ENGIE | Business
Funding support for Green Mobility proje...

Funding support for Green Mobility projects

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Hazelwood Battery
ENGIE | Business
Australia’s largest privately-funded and...

ENGIE, Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG), and Fluence have partnered to deliver Australia’s largest privately-funded and owned utility-scale battery. The project is fully committed and will connect to existing network infrastructure to support the transition to renewable energy at the site of the former Hazelwood Power Station in the Latrobe Valley.

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Monash University
Monash University and ENGIE commit to lo...

Monash University and ENGIE commit to long-term alliance to support decarbonisation of cities and the grid

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Solar
PepsiCo Australia moves to 100% renewabl...

PepsiCo Australia, the makers of Smith’s, Red Rock Deli and Doritos announced today it has changed to 100% renewable electricity across all of its operations including its Chatswood headquarters and manufacturing sites at Regency Park in SA, Tingalpa in QLD and Forrestfield in WA.  

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SE Family
ENGIE | Residential
ENGIE’s retail energy provider, Simply E...

Simply Energy is partnering with Rheem Australia and SA Power Networks to launch an Active Hot Water Control project designed to improve South Australia’s energy system and increase the uptake of renewable energy. The project has been awarded funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and the South Australian government.

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Coles-Moonee-Ponds
ENGIE | Business
“Together to Zero”: Coles signs major re...

Coles Group has supercharged its commitment to be powered by 100% renewable electricity by FY25 and to deliver net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 by signing two major agreements with leading renewable energy companies ENGIE and Neoen.

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Australian Government confirms funding f...

ENGIE’s ambition to lead the development of the renewable hydrogen industry in Australia has taken a couple of big steps today, with confirmation of Australian Government funding.

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ENGIE | Business
Vicinity and ENGIE to deliver shopping c...

ENGIE Australia and New Zealand is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Vicinity Centres to deliver electric vehicle fast-charging stations in car parks across its portfolio, setting the benchmark for customer convenience. Part of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency’s Future Fuels fund, the new partnership - the first of its kind in Australia - will see ENGIE leverage the strategic locations of Vicinity’s national shopping centre portfolio to deliver one of the most significant and far-reaching electric vehicle charging infrastructures in Australia.

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ENGIE | Enterprise
ENGIE taking hydrogen to the streets of ...

ENGIE Australia & New Zealand today announced the purchase of the Hills of Gold Wind Farm development near Nundle, New South Wales. The project, which is progressing through the planning process, will have a capacity of up to 420MW when completed.

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Engie
Renewables | Infrastructure
Hills of Gold

The proposed Hills of Gold Wind Farm is located about 5km south of Hanging Rock and 8km south-east of Nundle and is contained within three Local Government Areas: Tamworth Regional Council, Upper Hunter Shire Council, and Liverpool Plains Shire Council.

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