Beginning our work in renewable technology, we utilised our extensive experience designing, manufacturing and commissioning large-scale electrical infrastructure solutions to works in partnership with leaders in solar, battery, diesel and alternative energy technology.
Since then, we have continued to provide system components or complete electrical packages for renewable power projects while also working in partnership with industry leaders to develop innovative industrial renewable solutions and lead the way to mine site decarbonisation.
DRIFTEX, our battery electric personnel carrier vehicle designed and developed in partnership with Solitech.
Offered as an overhaul to existing DriftRunner assests, DRIFTEX offers mine sites several advantages over maintaining existing or purchasing new diesel-powered vehicles.
Ampcontrol’s underground and surface mine DC fast chargers, powered by Tritium.
Our compliant next generation DC chargers are durable low maintenance units designed to the latest safety standards.
A collaborative partnership between Ampcontrol, The University of Newcastle and Steber International has conducted a series of highly successful bench and on-water trials of a hybrid diesel-electric boat prototype.
A collaborative partnership between Ampcontrol and Australian startup LAVO has successfully produced a domestic hydrogen battery that pioneers the next generation of green energy storage for commercial and residential use.
The Solar Qube, a stand-alone power system designed by Boundary Power, a joint venture between Ampcontrol and Horizon Power, provides a reliable, off-grid power supply to medium loads.
Solar Qube’s modular design is key to its diverse application. The system’s folding structure and plug-and-play commissioning facilitate a quick and simple on-site installation process.
Gilghi is an award-winning, breakthrough hybrid off-grid containerised water treatment plant. It innovatively combines renewable energy requirements with water treatment and sanitisation and aims to improve health and access to sustainable clean drinking water.
We work in partnerships with leaders in solar, battery, diesel and alternative energy technology to offer system components or complete electrical packages for renewable power projects.
From substations to switchrooms and transformers, Ampcontrol can deliver the power infrastructure and control systems to support future energy industries.
With 50 years experience in the design, manufacture, commissioning and maintenance of electrical infrastructure we have the scale and experience to provide solutions to the renewable industries largest, most complex and time critical electrical, electronic and control problems.
We work across utility or industrial scale solar farms, photovoltaic and thermal solar projects, remote area power systems, micro-grids, storage systems and wind farms.
We’re experienced working on Australia’s utility networks and in remote locations. We understand the complexity of these electrical systems and go beyond the simple production of electrical equipment. We provide value through understanding the design and application challenges unique to your project and provide electrical engineering services, power quality studies, automation, networking and ongoing asset management and maintenance support.
Delivering successful projects is what drives us forward, we take a flexible approach to best support our customers and projects and can act as electrical partner, provide solutions for specific aspects of projects or full balance of plant EPC services.
We’re equipment agnostic and can work with your preferred suppliers or procure key items from our OEM partners to deliver robust solutions that are packaged for quick deployment to increase efficiency and reduce on site labor.
Ampcontrol can support utility and industrial scale solar projects, including photovolataic and thermal. Central to our offering is our ability to integrate the electrical system with our speciality in medium voltage, high voltage and complex system arrangements.
Delivering sustainable power solutions for remote and distributed applications, we design and manufacture off-grid and stand-alone power systems (SPS) that cater for differing load and infrastructure requirements.
Our SPS provide a self-sufficient, continuous and reliable power supply to an isolated consumption source.
Designed to replace the traditional ‘poles and wires’ grid connection, SAPS utilise an array of technology including solar PV panels, inverters and battery storage to supply a consistent, clean, off-grid power source. The integration of a reserve diesel generator ensures the system’s ability to continually operate autonomously.
Being equipment agnostic means we are agile and flexible electrical and control partners with the ability to work in step with existing supplier arrangements.
This extends to our approach in storage solutions, where we can incorporate the appropriate equipment into a system application or as a stand-alone solution. Key to this approach is our ability to design and integrate battery systems into power systems along with carrying out construction and testing.
As with any other renewables energy solution, we work with developers or EPC’s to deliver valuable electrical system design, integration and power distribution infrastructure services.
From unique, industrial grade fibre optic cabling solutions through to kiosk substations, switchrooms and tower based transformers, Ampcontrol can deliver the power infrastructure and control systems to support future energy industries.
Ampcontrol are proud members of the Electric Mine Consortium (EMC); a growing group of highly regarded mining and service companies driven to produce zero-emissions products for their customers.
Ampcontrol is playing our part developing solutions to the growing, immediate demand for low emissions technology and see EMC as an emerging key vehicle for the decarbonisation of the mining industry.
Ampcontrol and Tritum’s end-to-end haul truck battery swap solution has been selected along with eleven other technology innovators as winners of the Charge On Challenge.
Our end-to-end solution is able to swap batteries in 90 seconds through a fully automated, relocatable, scalable and cell agnostic solution.
The global challenge, launched by BHP, Rio Tinto and Vale aims to accelerate the commercialisation of effective solutions for charging large electric haul trucks, while simultaneously demonstrating there is an emerging market for these solutions in mining.