New offer for SA renewable power

Renewable energy producer Neoen has signed a 10-year offer to provide energy from its flagship South Australian venture to electric power retailer Circulation Energy.

The offer is for 40 megawatts from Goyder South, which is stage 1 of Neoen’s Goyder Renewables Zone, a hybrid wind, photo voltaic, and electricity storage project around Burra in SA’s mid-north.

Goyder South has improvement acceptance for 1200 MW of wind era, 600 MW of photo voltaic technology and 900 MW of battery storage, producing it SA’s premier renewable task.

Design of 75 wind turbines is now underway with operations envisioned to start out in 2024.

Below the arrangement, Circulation Power will purchase shut to 10 per cent of the generation ability of the Goyder South wind farm that can then be supplied to South Australian business and industrial electrical power customers.

It is the next these types of offer, with Neoen formerly signing a 14-year contract for 100 MW with the Australian Capital Territory federal government.

Neoen Chairman and Chief Government Xavier Barbaro stated the signing of a second electric power acquire deal for Goyder South demonstrated the company’s capability to safe several agreements within one particular large-scale asset.

“It underlines at the time once again the competitiveness of our energy, in South Australia and in Australia as a whole,” he claimed.

“Additional than at any time, Neoen is dedicated to delivering cost-effective, responsible thoroughly clean electricity to its consumers in Australia and all over the globe.”

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