Generation & assets
EnergyAustralia owns and operates a portfolio of energy generation and storage facilities, including coal and gas assets.
Yallourn Power Station
A major energy source, Yallourn Power Station supplies around 22 percent of Victoria’s electricity. The power station sources its brown coal from its own mine – Australia’s second largest open cut mine. Yallourn actively supports the local Latrobe Valley community through partnerships and sponsorships.
Tallawarra Power Station
Based in New South Wales, Tallawarra is one of the most thermally efficient power stations in Australia. Tallawarra is committed to sustainable environmental practices and a safe and healthy working environment. The local community is supported through partnerships and sponsorships.
Hallett Power Station
Hallett’s 12 highly flexible gas-turbine generators provide approximately five percent of South Australia’s power needs during peak periods. Natural gas from the Moomba pipeline is used to power the 12 turbine units.
Iona Gas Plant
Based in south-west Victoria, Iona processes gas from offshore gas fields and stores it in reservoirs for retail and wholesale customers. Gas from the reservoirs is withdrawn from storage during periods of high demand such as winter and to support gas-fired peak power generation.
Pine Dale Mine
The Pine Dale coal mine is located approximately 17 kilometres north-west of Lithgow and 5km north of Wallerawang in New South Wales. The Pine Dale coal mine produces approximately 350,000 tonnes per year for Delta Electricity’s Mt Piper power station.
Waterloo Wind Farm
Located along a windy rocky ridge in South Australia, Waterloo's 37 turbines generate clean energy to supply power to a number of homes in the state. The Waterloo 2 project proposes to add six more turbines to Waterloo Wind Farm to supply enough renewable energy to power a further 7,516 households a year.
Cathedral Rocks Wind Farm
Cathedral Rocks’ 33 turbines generate clean energy from a remote coastal area in South Australia. The wind farm has received GreenPower accreditation, a program endorsed by Australian state governments.
Mt Piper Power Station
Mt Piper Power Station is located 25 km west of Lithgow, and 5 km east of Portland in the Central West region of New South Wales. The Wallerawang Power Station is located 10 kilometres away and also is owned and operated by EnergyAustralia NSW. The Mt Piper Power Station has been operating two 700 megawatt generating units since 1993.
Wallerawang Power Station
The Wallerawang Power Station resides in a valley approximately 160 km west of Sydney and 15 km west of Lithgow. Consisting of two 500 megawatt units and owned by EnergyAustralia NSW, this power station has been in operation for more than 50 years.
Our proposed projects
We’re also working on a number of new energy generation projects, such as wind farms and clean gas-fired energy.Our proposed projects