Astronergy to provide 355MW of TOPCon modules for plant in Australia 

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Astronergy has announced that it is to supply 355MW of its ASTRO N5 n-type bifacial TOPCon modules for the Walla Walla solar plant in New South Wales, Australia.

The plant, in the state’s Riverina region, is expected to generate an annual 700,000 MWh of electricity for 90,000 local households, while eliminating 520,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions.

Walla Walla is the result of a collaboration between Gransolar Group, which will form a joint venture with Astronergy, and renewable energy solutions developer Fotowatio Renewable Ventures Australia (FRV Australia), co-owned by Abdul Latif Jameel Energy and Canadian fund OMERS. The project is due to be operational during 2024 and will boost the local economy by creating up to 250 construction jobs.

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