Find out what's happening in your community
We’re working with local communities to design ways to shift our traditional electricity systems towards renewable energy solutions. Along the way, we’re exploring options to help reduce the cost of your electricity and investing in a greener future for everyone.
Explore your region below to find out more.
The Goldfields Esperance region is home to some of our exciting and innovative renewable energy projects that include a mix of wind, solar and battery technologies. We’re helping to reduce carbon emissions, increase access to rooftop solar, allow rural customers to go off-grid and promote local jobs and growth.
Esperance Gas Distribution transition
The WA Government has asked Horizon Power to develop and deliver an energy transition plan for the 379 impacted homes and businesses connected to the Esperance Gas Distribution Network.
This will ensure Esperance homes and businesses continue to have access to reliable and secure energy beyond March 2023 - when the reticulated gas supply closes.
South East Region Hydrogen Hub & Spoke Model Feasibility Study
Commencing in 2022, this Commonwealth grant funded feasibility study will assess the potential for cleaner, greener energy in Hopetoun and Norseman.
Gascoyne Mid West
We're working towards carbon-zero towns by incorporating a mix of hydrogen, wind, large-scale battery energy storage and solar solutions across the Gascoyne Mid West region. Our local communities are directly involved in contributing to the design of these systems.
We’re investing in ground-breaking distributed energy trials, large-scale battery energy storage and partnering with local communities to maximise the amount of renewable energy on the network and create opportunities for growth across the Pilbara.
In the Kimberley, we’re delivering initiatives to help improve power quality, reliability and services across the region. We’re creating local jobs, replacing aging infrastructure and investing in renewable energy solutions to give remote towns more access to green energy.
Geospatial Intelligence Project
Currently, we inspect our network by having our crew drive or walk alongside powerlines over long distances. We're improving this process by utilising innovative new technology to help keep our network safe and reliable.
Horizon Power acknowledges the Traditional Custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.
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