Elecnor to build a 25MW PV plant in Queensland, Australia

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The 25MW project will be comprised of 79,000 PV panels. Image: Jack Haskell / Flickr

Renewable energy company Elecnor announced that it is planning to construct a 25MW PV project in Barcaldine, Australia.

The project, which will be funded by the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), will require around US$50 million in order to be completed. The installation will be developed on 90 hectares of land and will be comprised of 79,000 PV panels — which will help the site generate an annual production of 56,000MWh. 

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