New South Wales (NSW) authorities recently received Walcha Energy’s plans for a 700MW solar PV installation, part of a 4GW complex in the making. The PV site, Walcha Energy said, was singled out after consulting landowners and neighbours over the land with most potential and least impacts on the natural environment.
According to PV-Tech, the overall 4GW complex – envisioned some 55km south of the city of Armidale – will be chiefly (3.4GW) wind-powered, with a first 700MW phase recently acquired by Vestas. In addition to PV and wind, NSW authorities have been asked to consider a 100MW, 150MWh battery energy storage project at the complex, with the location yet to be disclosed.
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Location: Armidale, New South Wales
Date: Jun 25, 2019 @ 09:19
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