|Founded||2011, but parts of the business date from 1950s|
|Jeff Dimery (CEO)|
|Products||Natural gas and electricity|
Number of employees
Alinta Energy is an Australian generation, electricity and gas retailing private company that is owned by Hong Kong-based Chow Tai Fook Enterprises. Alinta Energy has an owned and contracted generation portfolio of up to 1,957 MW,[contradictory] approximately 800,000 combined electricity and gas retail customers and around 450 employees across Australia and New Zealand.
Alinta Energy's 2500 MW electricity generation portfolio includes:
- Port Hedland Power Station
- Newman Power Station
- Pinjarra Power Station
- Wagerup Power Station
- Port Augusta Power Station (Northern and Playford, both permanently closed in May 2016)
- Braemar Power Station
- Bairnsdale Power Station
- Glenbrook Power Station New Zealand
Alinta Energy's gas assets portfolio includes:
Downstream electricity and natural gas retail
- Electricity: 2012 saw Alinta Energy enter the South Australia and Victoria markets for electricity customers.
- Natural Gas: 700,000 gas customers (Western Australia)
- "Alinta Energy sold to Hong Kong's Chow Tai Fook Enterprises for $4 billion-plus" by Sarah Thompson, Anthony Macdonald, Joyce Moullakis, The Australian Financial Review, 15 March 2017 (subscription required)
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