EVENT: Institute Hosts Interim Knowledge Sharing Event With Partners Jemena And Ausnet Services

| 01 Oct 2020

Interim Knowledge Sharing

We were pleased to host an interim knowledge sharing event with partners Jemena and Ausnet Services. The Creating Solar Friendly Neighbourhoods project is funded by ARENA.

The aim of the project is to demonstrate three commercially available network technologies that can be used to increase the DER hosting capactiy of distribution networks.

This session shared the penultimate results and findings of the project, with the final project outcomes to be ready for release in February 2021.

More than 60 attendees participated in the event with lively discussion -some great questions were posed and answered!

The event was recorded, available to view above or on Youtube here. You can also view the slides here.


Should you have any questions about the project, please direct them to any of the following:


Dr Peter Wong, Jemena: Peter.Wong@jemena.com.au

Asanka Paranamana, Ausnet Services: asanka.paranamana@ausnetservices.com.au


UNSW Digital Grid Futures Institute:

Prof Joe Dong: joe.dong@unsw.edu.au

Dr Charlie Zhang: cuo.zhang@unsw.edu.au

Dr Bin Liu: bin.liu@unsw.edu.au


For those interested in the overall project progress reports, they have been published by ARENA and can be downloaded below:

Demonstration of Three Dynamic Grid-Side Technologies

DER Hosting Capacity Project Interim Knowledge Sharing Report