Australia's two large-scale solar power plant will be operational in July
Date tme：2016-01-28 Source：Grasol
Australia's energy supply association, said the family solar mounting system has been the world's highest in the country.Although the sunlight abundant resources of the country there are many places suitable for large-scale installation of solar panels, the slow progress was slow.The good news is that AGL Energy CEO Andy Vesey has said Nyngan and Broken Hill in two large-scale solar power plants will be enabled.The project was born in 2013, is Australia's largest solar power station.
Two solar plants developed by AGL, located in western new south wales, Broken Hill power output of 533 megawatts, and Nyngan is 102 mw.As the southern hemisphere's largest such facilities, the total annual capacity of 360000 megawatts, enough for 50000 households.
Power plant development has brought a $14 million - 15 million for local income, in the next 30 years the statement cycle respectively bring Nyngan and BrokenHill a $137 million and $137 million of revenue.
Two solar power plant began operating last July and December respectively, the official opening time is 20 July this year.