Australia’s Largest Solar Facility in the Works

[Midwest Times] Australia’s Midwest Times is reporting that plans are underway for a large solar project between one and two MW to be located in Perenjori, 355 kW north of the Western city Perth. The undertaking between the town, Murdoch University and “Prime Solar” would cost approximately AUD $20 million (USD$ 14.9 million) to construct and could be completed by the end of 2008. The project could be the largest on the continent and showcase the peak power shaving that can be particularly helpful for remote towns in Australia. See the full article at the following link.
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