Neoen mulls bet on SA renewable

Original article by Angela Macdonald-Smith Simon Evans
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 17 : 12-Sep-19

French renewable energy developer Neoen has unveiled plans for a large renewable facility in South Australia. The Goyder South plant will involve up to 1200 megawatts of wind power, 600 MW of solar and 900 MW of battery storage. The facility will be constructed in at least three stages, with the initial stage requiring an investment of up to $1 billion. The proposed battery is nine times as big as the Tesla battery at Neoen’s Hornsdale site, which is around 80 kilometres away. Full development of the Goyder South plant is dependent on the proposed $1.5 billion interconnector cable with New South Wales proceeding.


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