CWP proceeding with 1.3GW renewables-plus-storage plans in New South Wales

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Equipment including blades, rotors and towers to be used at Sapphire Wind Farm awaiting transportation to the site. Image: CWP via Twitter.

Three more vast projects pairing battery energy storage with utility-scale renewable energy installations are in the pipeline in New South Wales, Australia, through developer CWP Renewables.

The three projects, one of which has just been given local government approval and the other two still standing at the proposal stage, are part of the ‘Grassroots Renewable Energy Platform’, a portfolio of investments by CWP and private investment management company Partners Group to deliver 1.3GW of renewables to Australia’s market.

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