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Wirsol Secures Planning Consent For Solar-Plus-Storage Project In Australia

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    Wirsol Secures Planning Consent For Solar-Plus-Storage Project In Australia

    • 08 Aug 2022
    • Australia
    • Infrastructure

    News: Wirsol, a unit of Wircon Group, has secured planning consent from The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment to develop a 235MWp solar-plus-storage power plant in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW). Called Maryvale Solar Energy Storage, the project will come up on 3.5sq km of site and will feature 190MWh/270MWh capacity of lithium-ion battery storage. The project was acquired from Photon Energy and Polpo Investments. Construction is scheduled to start in late 2023, with operations slated to start in early 2025, according to a press release from Wirsol.

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