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Warriewood Community Battery

Community batteries are a shared asset that offers the local community a stronger network and better solar hosting capacity - meaning more solar can be accommodated on the local network. The battery could store locally generated energy and then make this renewable energy available when it is needed.

Ausgrid is excited to work closely with the Federal Government and local communities to deliver additional community batteries. As we ramp up renewable generation, we know we will need more energy storage throughout the system to provide secure and affordable energy for Australian businesses and households.

The Federal Government has committed funding to support up to 400 community batteries across the country. The Government has announced specific locations in the initial funding round.

Ausgrid has been awarded a grant to deliver community batteries in six eligible locations in our network area, including Warriewood.

Thank you to the community for providing your feedback, we will progress with the location for the battery at Honeyeater Grove.

Community Consultation

Ausgrid invited the local Warriewood community to inform this potential project. Your feedback has helped us shape our strategy for the community battery program.

We held an open consultation between 5 May - 10 June 2023 and welcomed feedback through the following channels:

  • Online surveys

  • Email

  • Call 1800 995 674 (Mon - Fri 09:00 to 16:30 AEST)

  • Postal Mail to Ausgrid Community Battery Project, GPO Box 4009, Sydney NSW 2001

  • Onsite community workshops:

    • Valley View Reserve, Parkland Way, Warriewood on Saturday 13 May between 10:30am and 12pm

    • Honeyeater Grove, corner Blue Wren Way, Warriewood on Saturday 3 June between 10am and 11:30am​​​​

​​​​We will continue to keep the community informed as the project progresses.