Find out more about the Australian Government's Community Batteries for Household Solar Program.
Find information on our community battery pilot in Bondi, Cabarita, Cammeray, Narara, North Epping & Warriewood.
Find out about our innovation trial in Bankstown, Beacon Hill and Cameron Park.
Ausgrid is proud to work with First Nation artists, and artist collectives to showcase local artwork on our assets.
Sharon Smith is a descendant of the Wiradjuri tribe of western New South Wales. Her paintings reflect her love of the natural world. Through her depictions of landscapes, trees and animals, Sharon explores her own personal connection with and her people’s age old relationship to the earth.
The artwork displayed on the Cabarita Community Battery is about connecting to land and water listening to our Elders to create a better place. It is about creating connection when sharing our stories and is a part of healing and helps us to become as one. The symbols represent men and women travelling the land and the rivers.
Emma Peel is a proud Gamilaroi woman from far north west NSW. She is a local Artist, currently living on Darkinjung country on the Central Coast of NSW. Her artwork which has been designed for Ausgrid, is titled ‘Travelling across Country’.
The artwork displayed on the Narara Community Battery is a travelling journey across the state of NSW and displays areas of significance to this artwork. From the bottom to the top we have Oatley, Sydney, Hornsby, Gosford, Wyong, Newcastle, Nelson Bay, Maitland, Cessnock, Singleton, Muswellbrook and finally Scone. Whilst travelling, our Mother Earth provides landscapes that are unique, colourful, harsh, beautiful and spiritual across Australia. These elements are depicted in ‘Travelling across Country’.
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