According to SolarDaily news, Business energy retailer Flow Power has entered into a ten-year offtake agreement with BayWa r.e, to purchase 48MW from two of Northern Victoria’s largest solar farms. The agreement adds to Flow Power’s rapidly growing portfolio of renewable generation and brings its total announced offtake close to 300MW.
The 112MW Karadoc solar farm and 106MW Yatpool solar farm, which are owned and developed by global renewable energy developer, service provider, and wholesaler BayWa r.e, will provide 20MW and 28MW respectively to power the retailer’s corporate renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs). For BayWa r.e., the signing of the PPA agreement is a major milestone in the development of the Yatpool solar farm. Parallel to its agreement with Flow Power, BayWa r.e. has signed the EPC contract with Melbourne-based renewable energy contractor Beon Energy Solutions, which will start construction in early 2019.
19 Medium Voltage Power Station ensure smooth solar power production in the 112-MW project Karadoc. With the Power Plant Controller, SMA also delivered the technology for plant control. ——————–***——————–
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Date: Jan 31, 2019 @ 16:29
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