icon-electricity Variation to electricity generation licence – SA Water

  • Project Released: Jun 2020
  • Project Closes: Sep 2020
  • Contact: Georgina Lawrence

Overview

The Commission has received two applications from the South Australian Water Corporation (SA Water) to vary its electricity generation licence.

 

Status

Current status is Final

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  • Final
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  • Final
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  • Final

Final

The Commission varied South Australian Water Corporation’s electricity generation licence, authorising the operation of a generating plant with a nameplate capacity of 7.5MW and a maximum export capacity of 6.22MW at the Morgan Whyalla Pumping Station 3 located at 79 Kading Road Geranium Plains.

The Commission undertook a round of public consultation in relation to the application and received no submissions from stakeholders.

The Commission assessed South Australian Water Corporation’s application for a variation to its 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. It has therefore approved the application.

The application for the variation sought to authorise additional generating plant at the locations below. The assessment of the additional generating plant will be considered separately at a later date.

  • Bolivar
  • Glenelg
  • Adelaide Desalination Plant
  • Morgan Whyalla 1
  • Morgan Whyalla 2, and
  • Morgan Whyalla 4

A copy of the SA Water Corporation’s licence may be accessed below.

Background

Please refer to the variation history in the licence for further information on variations approved by the Commission, pursuant to the criteria in the Electricity Act 1996 and the Essential Services Commission Act 2002.