Large-scale Renewable Energy Target market data release is headlined by the accreditation of the Sunshine Coast Solar Farm.
The 15 megawatt solar farm will offset the Sunshine Coast Council's entire electricity consumption at its facilities and operations. It is the second largest solar farm accredited in Queensland and the first solar farm to be built by an Australia local government organisation.
July also saw St Vincent's Health take another step towards its goal of installing 2.708 megawatts of solar panels across 16 of its facilities in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Health and aged care facilities in the Queensland regions of Toowoomba, Mitchelton and Lourdes were accredited this month.
EnergyAustralia signed a power purchase agreement to buy 100 megawatts of the output from the proposed Riverina Solar Farm (expected capacity 150 megawatts). The project near Coleambally is being developed by Neoen and is aiming for financial close this year.
The continued investment in renewable energy and accreditation of renewable power stations means the 2020 Renewable Energy Target is in reach.
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