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Tesla Supercharger station opens in Narooma, NSW south coast

performancedrive.com.auTesla has expanded its public Supercharger network in Australia, today announcing the opening of a station set up in Narooma on the south coast of NSW. The Supercharger station includes four charging bays, and is open 24 hours, seven days a week. It’s located at Narooma Plaza shopping centre. Using the Supercharger, users can recharge for 30 minutes and extend the range by up to around 270km. Over the past few years Tesla has expanded its Supercharger network, and currently offers 21 stations in the country, with many more in the pipeline. There are also plenty more ‘destination chargers’ set up …

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Win for Tesla, batteries, EVs and smart tech in Australian grid


Decision by energy market rule-maker could pave way for Tesla and others to develop virtual power plants, demand response, and combine electric vehicle load that can compete in the wholesale market with traditional peaking power plants.

Via reneweconomy.com.au



Tesla Virtual Power Plant In Australia Passes Initial Testing With Flying Colors


Phase 1 of the Tesla 250 MW virtual power plant proposal has been completed, with the results showing the residential storage batteries can do just as good a job as stabilizing the grid and providing power during periods of peak demand as larger grid scale battery installations. cleantechnica.com


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