WELCOME TO PACIFIC ENERGY

An Australian market leader in the provision of sustainable distributed energy

46

Build Own Operate
Power Stations

750 MW

Portfolio
Contracted Capacity

24 %

Renewables assets
under contract

93

Power Stations
Constructed

1.1 GW

Delivered Energy
Infrastructure

129

Standalone
Power Systems

WHAT SETS US APART?

Our complete in-house capability and experience across all energy technologies & services including:

Hybrid

Wind

Solar

Gas

Stand Alone Power Systems

Integrated Battery Storage

LNG Storage

Green Hydrogen

Hydrogen Refuelling Stations

Dual Fuel

Diesel

Hydro-electic

WHAT ARE WE PASSIONATE ABOUT?

Pacific Energy has a 40-year proud history of delivering power and energy solutions for our customers, safely and reliably.

For over 40 years we have serviced mining companies and state-owned utilities across Australia, developing a reputation as a trusted partner at the forefront of clean energy solutions and the latest technology.

Operating at more than 47 national sites, Pacific Energy currently has 750MW under contract, making us a market leader by scale in the provision of remote, off-grid energy in Australia.

Divisions

The unique power of our
three main operating divisions

We put our customers at the centre of everything we do, ensuring we provide bespoke energy solutions which minimise emissions and maximise efficiencies. In a fast-changing market we pride ourselves on offering customers the optimal outcomes for their energy needs.

Remote Energy

For over 40 years, Australian mines, towns and communities have depended on Pacific Energy for their off-grid power supply ...

Renewables

Specialise in stand-alone power systems, hybrid renewables (including solar, wind and storage, combined with back up thermal ...

Connected Energy

The Pacific Energy Hydro and Pacific Energy Peaking Power owns and operates grid-connected power generation ...

Our Projects

We specialise in designing, building, owning and
operating power generating assets across Australia

Power Stations

  • Remote 0
  • Hybrid / Renewable 0
  • Stand-Alone 115
  • Connected 0
  • Hydrogen 0
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WA
606
510MW
NT
1
4MW
SA
1
13MW
VIC
3
16MW

ATCO Innovation Hub

ATCO
Hydrogen

Thunderbird

Kimberley Mineral Sands
Remote
Capacity: 16 MW

CSIRO Hydrogen Refueller

CSIRO
Hydrogen

Jaguar

Round Oak Minerals
Remote
Capacity: 9.8 MW

DeGrussa

Sandfire Resources
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 7.4 MW

Marble Bar

Horizon Power
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 0.5 MW

Yungngora

Horizon Power
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 0.5 MW

Esperance

Horizon Power
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 43.6 MW

Red October

Linden Resources (previously Matsa Resources)
Remote
Capacity: 3 MW

Jaurdi

Beacon Minerals
Remote
Capacity: 5.3 MW

Wiluna

Wiluna Mining Corporation
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 22.2 MW

Solomon Battery

FMG
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 16 MW

North Star Battery

FMG
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 26 MW

Derby Solar & BESS

Spinifex Hotel
Hybrid/Renewable

Meekathara

Water Corporation
Hybrid/Renewable

Coral Bay

Synergy
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 0.5 MW

Carnarvon

Horizon Power
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 1.25 MW

Stand-alone Power Systems

Western Power
Stand Alone

Binduli

Norton Gold Fields
Remote
Capacity: 13 MW

Denham

Horizon Power
Hybrid/Renewable

Horizon Midwest (7 Stations)

Horizon Power
Remote
Capacity: 16.1 MW

Mt Cattlin

Allkem
Remote
Capacity: 7 MW

Blue Rock

National Electricity Market (NEM)
Connected
Capacity: 3 MW

Sandy Ridge

Tellus
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 2.8 MW

Coburn

Strandline Resources
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 33 MW

Abra

Galena Mining
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 21.4 MW

Savannah

Panoramic Resources
Remote
Capacity: 17.8 MW

Pilgangoora

Pilbara Minerals (previously Altura Mining)
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 66.6 MW

Murchison Radio Observatory

Horizon Power
Remote
Capacity: 2.6 MW

Matilda Gold

Blackham Resources
Remote
Capacity: 19 MW

Karlawinda

Capricorn Metals
Remote
Capacity: 18 MW

Tropicana Borefields

AngloGold Ashanti
Remote
Capacity: 1.4 MW

Tropicana

AngloGold Ashanti
Remote
Capacity: 54.1 MW

Thunderbox

Northern Star Resources
Remote
Capacity: 38.3 MW

Odysseus

Western Areas
Remote
Capacity: 27.8 MW

Nullagine

Novo Resources
Remote
Capacity: 10 MW

Nova

National Electricity Market (NEM)
Connected
Capacity: 10 MW

Mt Weld

Lynas Corporation
Remote
Capacity: 3.9 MW

Monty

Sandfire Resources
Remote
Capacity: 3.8 MW

Jacinth Ambrosia

Iluka Resources
Hybrid/Renewable
Capacity: 15 MW

Higginsville

Karora Resources (previously Avoca Mining)
Remote
Capacity: 9 MW

Gwalia

St Barbara
Remote
Capacity: 26 MW

Garden Well

Regis Resources
Remote
Capacity: 42.4 MW

Fortnum

Westgold Resources
Remote
Capacity: 17.2 MW

Deflector

Silverlake Resources
Remote
Capacity: 15.5 MW

Carosue

Northern Star Resources
Remote
Capacity: 28 MW

Bootu

OM Manganese
Remote
Capacity: 4 MW
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Our Latest News

25
Jan2024

Pacific Energy delivers Northern Territory’s first hydrogen stand-alone power system

Pacific Energy has designed and delivered its first containerised hydrogen electrolyser and fuel cell system for Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory.

21
Dec2023

Pacific Energy supports Pilbara Minerals’ move to lower emissions future

Pacific Energy has announced it will be converting its diesel power plant at Pilbara Minerals Limited’s Pilgangoora Operation to a combined natural gas–diesel power station, helping to deliver a lower-emissions future for the lithium miner.

27
Nov2023

Pacific Energy commissions Australia’s first fast H2 refueller for CSIRO

Pacific Energy has delivered Australia’s first SimpleFuel Fast hydrogen refuelling system for CSIRO and Swinburne University of Technology’s Victorian Hydrogen Hub (VH2).

31
Oct2023

Ampol, Hyundai Australia, Pacific Energy and Toyota Australia join forces

Ampol, Hyundai Australia, Pacific Energy and Toyota Australia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), to jointly develop hydrogen refuelling infrastructure.

Pacific Energy acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connections to land, sea and community.
We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
  We celebrate their stories, cultures and traditions and acknowledge the invaluable contribution they make to the life of our nation.

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