4.98MW Solar Farm For Renmark, South Australia

THE SOLARQUOTES | December 24, 2018

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France-based Akuo Energy will invest $12 million in the Jane Eliza Solar Farm, to be built in South Australia’s Renmark Paringa Council area. Announced last week, Akuo Energy has signed a long-term lease with Council for the 10 hectares of land on which it will build the facility, featuring approximately 15,000 solar panels. The site within the Jane Eliza Estate is directly across the road from the Renmark SAPN substation and adjacent to two 11kva SAPN transmission lines.

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