Transgrid

New South Wales, Australia

SecureEnergy

The Clough Elecnor joint venture, SecureEnergy, was awarded the engineering, construction and procurement (EPC) contract for Transgrid’s EnergyConnect project. EnergyConnect will build the critical electricity transmission infrastructure which will save NSW customers $180 million a year and create 1,500 new construction jobs in regional NSW.

ElectraNet and Transgrid are partnering to deliver an energy interconnector between the power grids of South Australia (starting at Robertstown) and NSW (finishing in Wagga Wagga) with an added connection to Victoria (Red Cliffs).

The Joint Venture will deliver the engineering, procurement and construction of Transgrid’s portion of the project, which includes 4 substations and approximately 700km of 330kV transmission line.

The Project has been strongly supported by the New South Wales Government which has declared it Critical State Significant Infrastructure. Project Energy Connect is a key element of the Australian Energy Market Operator’s Integrated System Plan that provides an integrated roadmap for the efficient development of the National Electricity Market over the next 20 years and beyond.

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Transgrid

New South Wales, Australia

SecureEnergy

The Clough Elecnor joint venture, SecureEnergy, was awarded the engineering, construction and procurement (EPC) contract for Transgrid’s EnergyConnect project. EnergyConnect will build the critical electricity transmission infrastructure which will save NSW customers $180 million a year and create 1,500 new construction jobs in regional NSW.

ElectraNet and Transgrid are partnering to deliver an energy interconnector between the power grids of South Australia (starting at Robertstown) and NSW (finishing in Wagga Wagga) with an added connection to Victoria (Red Cliffs).

The Joint Venture will deliver the engineering, procurement and construction of Transgrid’s portion of the project, which includes 4 substations and approximately 700km of 330kV transmission line.

The Project has been strongly supported by the New South Wales Government which has declared it Critical State Significant Infrastructure. Project Energy Connect is a key element of the Australian Energy Market Operator’s Integrated System Plan that provides an integrated roadmap for the efficient development of the National Electricity Market over the next 20 years and beyond.