Electricity generation licence application - LMS Energy Pty Ltd
- Project Released: 17 Mar 2017
- Project Closes: Oct 2017
- Contact: Julie Dixon
The Commission has received an application from LMS Energy Pty Ltd. The applicant is seeking to operate a generation plant consisting of a reciprocating engine and solar photovoltaic cells with a total combined maximum output capacity capped at 2.2 megawatts (MW).
Current status is Final
On 27 September 2017, the Essential Services Commission (Commission) issued an electricity generation licence to LMS Energy Pty Ltd (LMS Energy), authorising it to operate a generation plant consisting of a reciprocating engine and solar photovoltaic cells with a total combined maximum output capacity capped at 2.2MW.
The Commission assessed LMS Energy’s application for an electricity generation licence against the relevant provisions of the Electricity Act 1996 and the Essential Services Commission Act 2002 and determined that all relevant criteria under those Acts have been satisfied.
LMS Energy applied to the Commission for an electricity generation licence on 17 March 2017. The Commission undertook a round of public consultation in relation to the application and received no submissions from stakeholders. In making its assessment, the Commission sought technical advice from the Australian Energy Market Operator and the Technical Regulator.
A copy of the LMS Energy licence may be accessed below.