As part of LOGOS development of Australia’s largest rooftop solar installation at Moorebank Logistics Park, they require a precinct-wide microgrid, which will operate at a combination of 11kV and 33kV to provide the required electrical capacity to park tenants. The rooftop solar and battery storage system will connect into the high voltage network at multiple points, with complementary technology such as megawatt scale electric vehicle/truck fast chargers also able to be integrated throughout the precinct.
Vaughan Civil has been engaged for the Design & Construction of 11kV and 33kV Substations which will be connected to Endeavor Energy’s Liverpool sub transmission substation via three 33kV underground cables. The electrical network for the campus is planned to be a blend of 11kV and 33kV reticulation.
Scope of works includes:
Design and Construction of 33/11kv 30MVA transformers, switch rooms, switching stations and associated building works.
Development of a transformer design to an impedance that will comply with the preferred method to reduce the Single Line to Ground Fault level.
Design and procurement of auxiliary transformers, neutral earth reactors (NERs), earthing and lighting protection systems.
FRP of structural footings.
Trenching and laying of cabling and conduits.
Supply and installation of transformer bund/fire/noise walls including louvred walls, oil-water separators, and free issued switchgears.