Neoen acknowledges the Ngunnawal & Ngambri people, Traditional Owners of the land on which Territory Battery will store energy. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
Grid Stability for ACT
Neoen Australia
We own and operate SA's big battery
Sharing Benefits
Making a difference in local communities
Previous slide
Next slide


The Territory Battery is a stand-alone battery facility with up to 300 MW capacity.

The battery will be able to store energy for up to 2 hours of power in reserve.

The battery will provide a predictable supply of electricity to the grid through its ability to dispatch energy during peak times of demand.


Battery storage allows us to store the energy and provide it to the grid whenever it’s needed.

Click map to enlarge


The Territory Battery will be located in the ACT, directly south of the Stockdill Substation, approximately 3km south of Holt and 15km northwest of the Canberra CBD.



Education and research opportunities to grow the ACT’s renewable sector

For the

Greater stability through a range of grid support services

For your community

Reliable energy, lower electricity bills and community co-investment

Project Lifecycle

These big batteries mean that our small jurisdiction is again punching above our weight when it comes to real climate action. Our investment is on par with the Tesla Hornsdale battery on a per capita basis – the largest investment of its kind in the world.

ACT Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability

Get Involved

Find out some more details

Let us know what you think

Neoen has been contributing to Australia’s energy transition with 100% renewable energy since 2012.

With a balanced portfolio of wind, solar and big battery projects, we are aiming to achieve 10 GW by 2030. We own and operate all of the projects we build (rather than developing them to be sold) and as long-term neighbours we are committed to sharing the benefits with surrounding communities.

This dedication to community and environment has made us a renewable energy developer of choice in Australia.