South Australia to build world’s largest solar and battery farm

posted by Su-San Sit
30 March 2017

The world’s largest solar and battery storage farm should be in operation in South Australia by the end of the year.

The $1bn project was unveiled by state premier Jay Weatherill, who said the farm would consist of 3.4m solar panels and 1.1m batteries. The developer Lyon Group will build the complex, which will be financed by investors and built on privately owned scrubland in Morgan, in the state’s Riverland region.

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