Following the announcement of the execution of its first hybrid project, Gransolar Group, a leading international business group in the development, construction and supply of photovoltaic plant components, has reached an agreement to carry out the turnkey contract (EPC), as well as the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) of the Edenvale Solar Park in Chinchilla, 300 kilometres from Queensland, Australia. Owned by Sojitz and ENEOS Corporation, it is the seventh facility that the Spanish company has been awarded in the country, where it already has more than 750 MW contracted.

As ‘El Economista’ reports, the energy produced in the photovoltaic plant (around 425,000 MWh/year) will be enough to cover the energy demand of 60,000 households and avoid the emission of 300,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, equivalent to the amount generated by some 83,000 vehicles.

Carlos López, managing director of Gransolar Group in Australia, highlights the importance for the company of continuing to expand its activity in a country, Australia, “with a similar commitment to sustainability and to the evolution of clean and bankable ways of electric generation”.


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