Our Projects

Energy now and for the future

Epic Energy currently operates an energy superhighway via two major gas transmission pipelines in South Australia – the Moomba to Adelaide Pipeline System (MAPS) and the South East Pipeline System (SEPS).

While gas is a vital part of Australia’s current energy mix, we’re excited about leveraging our knowledge and experience to meet the country’s future energy challenges as we transition to new energy sources.

Here you can find information about Epic Energy’s current and future energy infrastructure projects.

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Battery storage completes renewables investment in Mannum

By epicict@epic.com.au | January 5, 2024

South Australian energy infrastructure company Epic Energy is investing approximately $130 million in a standalone battery storage solution that will support the state’s ongoing energy security and energy transition. To be located 90 kilometres east of Adelaide and adjacent Epic Energy’s two solar farms at Mannum, the battery energy storage solution will feature high-cycle capacity…

Epic Energy selected to support South Australia’s hydrogen hub

By epicict@epic.com.au | October 25, 2023

The Government of South Australia has selected Epic Energy as a preferred partner to develop the integrated pipeline and hydrogen storage solution for world’s largest hydrogen production facility and power plant. Epic Energy has entered an Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) agreement with the Government to develop an integrated pipeline and hydrogen storage solution for its…

Epic Energy launches commercial microgrid

By epicict@epic.com.au | May 24, 2023

Epic Energy is proud to launch a commercial microgrid at IKEA’s Adelaide store. The $6.6 million eleXsys Microgrid is a 1.2MW rooftop network of 3,024 solar panels, supported by a 3.45MWh capacity battery the size of three 40ft shipping containers. The rooftop solar system will generate enough clean energy to deliver 70 per cent of…

Epic Energy expands Mannum Solar Farm to boost renewable asset portfolio

By epicict@epic.com.au | November 29, 2022

Epic Energy is expanding the Mannum Solar Farm in the Riverland region of South Australia, with a second stage now under construction Operations are expected to commence in late 2023, with the second stage set to have a capacity of 39.24 MWp, independent of the current facility’s 6.86MWp. Stage Two’s peak production will eliminate 26,250…

Epic Energy expands renewable asset portfolio with acquisition of the Mannum Solar Farm

By Fuller | March 31, 2021

Epic Energy has expanded its renewable asset portfolio, acquiring the Mannum Solar Farm in the Riverland region of South Australia. Developed, constructed and commissioned by Canadian Solar (Australia) Pty Ltd in 2019, Mannum Solar Farm was acquired by Epic Energy in November 2020. The 6.86MWp solar farm comprises 17,820 Canadian Solar 385W monocrystalline monofacial modules…

Epic Energy helps IKEA Adelaide transition to renewable energy

By Fuller | March 31, 2021

Epic Energy is helping IKEA Adelaide transition to a future powered by renewable energy, through an industry-leading grid-interactive solar and battery microgrid system that will provide c.70% of the store’s electricity consumption. The ‘IKEA Microgrid’, which is owned and will be operated by Epic Energy, has been developed by Planet Ark Power (eleXsys Energy). The…