EA – Mallee Solar Park 250 MW – Victoria - Project Profile
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EnergyAustralia (EA), formerly known as TRU energy, an Australian based power supplier is planning to undertake the construction of Mallee Solar Park project in Victoria, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a 250MW solar power plant on 600ha of land. It includes the construction of power house, sub stations, main control rooms, the installation of photovoltaic solar panels and the laying of transmission lines.
The plant will use solar photovoltaic technology, utilizing flat-plate, thin film photovoltaic panels which will be made by First Solar, a US based company.
Element Projects, a renewable energy consulting and development company has been appointed for sitting and approvals for the project and Bovis Lend Lease as the EPC contractor for the project.
In November 2010, EA received planning approval for the project.
In April 2011, The Victorian government approved funding of US$100 million for the project and in June 2011, the funding from the Federal Government for the project was denied.
Economic feasibility studies are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 250MW solar power plant on 600ha of land in Victoria, Australia.
The US$375 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a power house
2. Construction of sub stations
3. Construction of main control rooms
4. Installation of photovoltaic solar panels
5. Laying of transmission linesReasons To Buy
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