The Knowledge Bank database is an online library of resources open to Energy Networks Australia members and researchers, and is supported by Energy Networks Australia. It allows sharing of research, asset management and other relevant knowledge between member organisations and research organisations.
Background to the Knowledge Bank
The Knowledge Bank is a database of summary information from projects undertaken by networks and research organisations. Projects related to the following topics are accessible from the database:
- Asset condition monitoring & maintenance
- Customer engagement
- Data, information, cyber, IT/OT
- Distributed energy resources (design, utilisation)
- Economic regulation, markets, pricing
- Health, Safety, Environment, Training
- Network strategy & business models
- Power quality, reliability, stability
- Transmission networks, grid scale storage
- Vehicles (electric or gas-powered)
Purpose of the Knowledge Bank
The Knowledge Bank is intended to:
- Help the industry understand the state of knowledge regarding projects undertaken by network members and researchers;
- Create an easier pathway for networks and research proponents to share information about how potential opportunities can be exploited, and barriers overcome;
- Allow members to easily search and locate projects or research of interest that are being undertaken by other organisations, get a general understanding of the project and then identify the best contact person with whom they could discuss the project; and
- Avoid duplication of effort.
To access the Knowledge Bank database click here.