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juwi Renewable Energy and the University of Queensland signed off on an agreement on 30 August 2018 to develop a PV / battery hybrid power solution at the Heron Island Research Station located in the Great Barrier Reef.
The hybrid installation is comprised of 500kW rooftop installation combined with a 0.6MWh vanadium flow battery integrated with diesel generators using a microgrid control system.
Once completed, the project is expected to cover over 80% of the research facilities’ yearly electricity outputs. It is expected to be operational in mid-2019.
“On top of that hybrid power stations now generate electricity at a lower cost than traditional fossil fuel power stations. We are looking forward to working with the University of Queensland to deliver this landmark project on the Great Barrier Reef.”
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