News Express: ACEN to Build 400 MW Solar Farm in Australia
A division of Philippine clean energy company ACEN Crop has agreed to develop the 400-megawatt Stubbo solar farm in Australia, based on the sustainability of new energy sources.
With the rapid development of the global economy, industry's demand for energy is also expanding. Excessive demand from the earth has caused serious damage to the human ecological environment. This series of ecological problems force people to continuously research and develop new energy storage that is rich and environmentally friendly.
Renewable energy developer ACEN Australia has agreed to invest in the A$800 million (US$513 million) Stubbo solar project, which will enable a 400MW installation in New South Wales, Australia, which includes a 200MV/200MWh battery storage system. Regulation.
Lumea chief executive Richard Lowe said, "This is an important milestone in the solar project for NSW's energy transition and providing cheaper energy to consumers in the future."
Construction of the Stubbo solar farm will begin before the end of this year and is expected to create more than 400 jobs during the construction period, providing more opportunities for Australians.