Boundary Power to upgrade Broome wastewater plant

Boundary Power has been selected to deliver the power upgrade of the Broome North Wastewater Treatment Plant owned by the Western Australian Water Corporation.

The company’s Kiosk Renewable Stand-Alone Power System (SAPS) will be incorporated into existing infrastructure to provide safe, reliable, off-grid solar and battery power.

The system can deliver larger loads, with a centralised control system to manage power and comes with a Category D wind rating.

Project works have commenced, with design, development, manufacture and installation of the solar photovoltaic power system with battery storage is scheduled to be completed by early 2023

Boundary Power, is a joint venture between energy utility, Horizon Power, and electrical solutions provider, Ampcontrol.

Director Rod Henderson said: “The key to Boundary Power’s ability to adapt and re-engineer our designs is what sets our products apart.

“Our team has the expertise to offer complete purpose-built solutions, to design and engineer from our suite of products, and to deliver uniquely designed solutions for our customers.”

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