Australia coming up with Mega-Solar Project monthly

In our recent posts we have covered the growth of Australian markets in both on-grid & off-grid scale. These all were signs of a very fast growing market of large-scale solar projects in Australia with estimation to double up by the end of 2020.

According to CleanTechnica news, Australia is adding one mega-solar project equivalent per month, with the current installed base of 10 gigawatts projected to double by the end of 2020. The latest mega-solar project is the 333 megawatt Darlington Point Solar Farm headed for Griffith, New South Wales, according to Array Technologies, which is providing the single-axis trackers for the project.
Australia’s solar industry virtually rocketed during 2018, when 1.5 gigawatts (GW) of solar came online, roughly 10 times as much solar as came online in 2017 (around 150 MW), according to SunWize Solar Consultants. “You can reasonably expect that 2019 will set another record volume for solar farms commissioned,” the consultant projected in February.

Most of the Australian solar growth in generation capacity is coming from the utility segment. Although, commercial, industrial, and residential installs also continue at record paces, according to the Australian PV Institute (APVI). Australia now has over 10.1 GW of solar installed, capable of delivering 14.6 terawatt-hours of electricity per year and meeting more than 5.5% of Australia’s energy demand, the organization reckons. —————–***—————
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Australia coming up with Mega-Solar Project monthly

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Date: Mar 11, 2019 @ 10:29

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