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Lockyer Energy Project, Queensland, Australia

Queensland's Lockyer Energy Project to provide "firming" power to provide energy when wind and solar generators are not available is designed to facilitate a transition away from coal. Battery storage will allow the Project to store energy generated by solar and wind farms during periods of high generation. The energy can then be used in conjunction with gas turbines to provide power during peak periods or when renewable power sources are unavailable. According to existing permits, the Lockyer Energy Project could generate up to 1,000 MW of electricity with up to six gas turbines.

 

More than 60% of Queensland's load is located in Lockyer Valley, located north of Gatton in South East Queensland. There is 132 MW of electrical capacity on site which feeds the larger Brisbane metropolitan and outer urban regions from the Stage 1 project, located adjacent to key infrastructure facilities. A visual representation of the entire site, including the utility infrastructure, gas turbines, battery packs, and generators, was developed by Caddlance. Through collaborative efforts with community stakeholders, urban planning will be positively influenced and community participation will be encouraged. Geospatial data, 3D modeling infrastructure components, and renderings are integrated to produce photorealistic representations of proposed environments. As part of visual impact assessment, we created illustrations that show before and after scenarios.

  • Structural Design

  • BIM Modeling

  • MEP Design

  • Permit Procurement

  • Construction Drawing Set

  Services Provided

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