The Goyder South project mixing wind (1.2GW), solar (600MW) and batteries (800MW) is the latest of a deluge of enormous solar-plus-storage schemes proposed in the sunny island state.
Project designed with 200MW/10MW capacity will add to the southern Australian state's already impressive solar pipeline.
Deal between mining manufacturer Molycop and energy retailer Flow Power will back deployment of under-construction 120MW Bomen Solar Farm in Aussie state.
Launch of design phase of 109MW Sebastopol project sees German firm hit milestone with first ever scheme in New South Wales state.
Walcha Energy puts forward planning documents for two installations as part of 4GW clean energy complex in New South Wales.
New South Wales government green-lights ESCO Pacific’s Wyalong scheme, set to potentially include extra 25MW battery storage installation.
Official stats find 210% rise in large-scale PV workforce in past two years but associations warn rules for mandatory electricians could stifle growth.
Single-axis PV tracker firm, Array Technologies has secured a 333MW order for its DuraTrack HZ v3 system for the Darlington Point Solar Farm, 50 kilometers south of Griffith, New South Wales.
Industry body: Urgent review needed for marginal loss factor system causing “unpredictable hits” to the financial viability of PV and others.
Solar campaigners hail electoral promise by New South Wales Labor for fresh 7GW in renewable capacity but distribution lobby urges to consider grid implications
US-headquartered high-efficiency PV module producer SunPower Corp has secured the module supply deal for innogy’s 349MW PV power plant near Balranald, New South Wales, Australia, the largest plant under construction in the country.
The Bomen solar project will create over 200 construction jobs over the next year, and will power more than 30,000 homes once completed.
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.
Australian-based PV asset owner of New Energy Solar (NEW) has acquired an 87MW (AC) PV power plant, currently under development from leading CdTe thin-film module manufacturer, First Solar.
Innogy will purchase the rights to two large-scale solar development projects from Overland Sun Farming in New South Wales, Australia, for an undisclosed sum.