The Tallawarra B Project

Tallawarra power station is on the traditional Country of the Dharawal peoples. EnergyAustralia respects and acknowledges their continued connection to Country, culture and community.  

New South Wales requires fast start gas fired generation to balance the energy system and we have responded with the Tallawarra B project. The project is the development of a fast-start open cycle power station, which in peak periods will deliver reliable power to an additional 150,000 New South Wales homes. Its construction will create 250 jobs.

Located on the shored of Lake Illawarra at EnergyAustralia's existing Tallawarra power station, Tallawarra B will be Australia’s first peaking power station to be powered by a blend of gas and green hydrogen with direct emissions offset. The Tallawarra B project will be ready for the summer of 2023-24, around the time of the scheduled retirement of the Lddell power station.

With its fast-start flexible capacity, the Tallawarra B project will play a vital role in maintaining system security, complementing renewables coming into the system, and providing reliable power to customers in New South Wales.

 
Tallawarra power station


Above: EnergyAustralia’s existing Tallawarra power station. Shaded area indicative of Tallawarra B location.

  • Read EnergyAustralia's Tallawarra B Project media release 

  • Read the NSW Government’s Tallawarra B Project media release 
  • Read the Federal Government’s Tallawarra B Project media release

Read the Tallawarra B Project Factsheet here

Read the Green Hydrogen Fact Sheet here

Tallawarra B Frequently Asked Questions

 
For more information on the project please contact us on:

Email: Tallawarra.Community@rootgalaxys3iii.com 

Phone1800 574 947 

Postal Address: Talla B Project Team, PO Box 20, Dapto  NSW  2530.

 

EnergyAustralia acknowledges the support of the NSW Government for the Tallawarra B Power Station Project

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 Public disclaimer  
The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the NSW Government. The NSW Government does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.