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Balance Wins Digital Innovation Grant

August 8, 2019 2 minutes read

Available SCADA systems are expensive and not appropriate for data access to smaller remote energy systems

Available SCADA systems are expensive and not appropriate for data access to smaller remote energy systems

Balance partnered with Northern Territory-based businesses DICE and New Futures IT to develop a digitally based SCADA solution that offers reliable system performance monitoring, remote technical assistance capabilities and energy optimisation for NT’s remote communities.

The $237,104 project is a part of the NT government's Digital Partnerships Program Grant.

DARRES will engage with Charles Darwin University Centre for Renewable Energy, The Industry Skills Advisory Council NT, Desert Knowledge Australia and SmartEnergy NT to help implement digital training for renewable energy systems.

The project is a great collaborative initiative that brings many stakeholders together.

The outcomes will certainly provide many benefits and opportunities for remote renewable energy projects across Australia.


Balance Wins Digital Innovation Grant