Alinta Energy

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Alinta Energy Pty Ltd
Private company
Industry Energy
Founded 2011, but parts of the business date from 1950s
Headquarters Perth, Australia
Key people
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.[1] 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.

In March 2011, due to a deleveraging transaction by the TPG Group, Alinta became Alinta Energy.[2]

Electricity generation[edit]

Newman Power Station
Braemar Power Station

Alinta Energy's 2500 MW electricity generation portfolio includes:[3]

Natural gas[edit]

Alinta Energy's gas assets portfolio includes:

Downstream electricity and natural gas retail[edit]

  • Electricity: 2012 saw Alinta Energy enter the South Australia and Victoria markets for electricity customers.
  • Natural Gas: 700,000 gas customers (Western Australia)


  1. ^ "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)
  2. ^ "TPG Capital Portfolio". 
  3. ^ "Alinta Energy Assets". 
  4. ^ "SA's coal era ends, but what's next?". Retrieved 2 February 2017. 

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