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Pamada is the Project Director for the Upper Hunter Energy Park Scone eco-generating energy devices to provide electricity from renewable sources such as the sun, wind, and water near Scone in the Upper Hunter Valley of NSW. Upper Hunter Energy Park are working with CSIRO on trialing smart grids technology.

Please see upperhunterenergypark.com.au for more information.

Latest News for the Upper Hunter Energy Park

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When complete the Upper Hunter Energy Park will create electricity with the following noticeable benefits:

The measurable benefits will be:

Clean and renewable alternatives to conventional forms of electricity production such as coal and gas

CO2 reductions that are equivalent to removing
59,000 cars off the roads

An estimate of 6.5 million tonnes of CO2
gases abated over the initial life of the
technology proposed

Clean and renewable energy production free from other air pollutants such as coal dust, heavy metal compounds, carbon monoxide, sulphur and nitrogen oxides

Production of enough green energy to power approximately 47,000 households each year

Reduction in water consumption in the Hunter Area by approximately 600 million litres of potable water per annum (~10 Olympic Swimming Pools every day!)

Short and long term jobs, reinforcing the Hunter
as a region of high skills in the generation
of Electricity.

Reinforcing the Hunter and Greater Newcastle region as Australia’s Renewable Energy Centre of Excellence

KEP Australia represents a positive step towards achieving a 20% Renewable Energy Target (RET) proposed by the Australian Government in 2007.

An estimated 6.5 million tonnes of CO2 abated over the life of the technology proposed.



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