Genex Power Given Go Signal For Queensland Kidston Stage Two Solar Plant

Kidston stage one and stage two have both received a slice of government funding, with the government’s Australian Renewable Energy Agency granting Genex A$8.9 million

Genex Power has been given the go signal for the Kidston stage two solar project, which will add to the existing stage one 50 megawatts solar farm as reported by Small Caps. The approval was granted by the Etheridge Shire Council which will allow Genex to build up to 270 megawatts of renewable solar power. Stage two development also includes a pumped storage hydro project with a capacity of 250 megawatt.
Concurrently, Genex continues to consider further renewable opportunities to broaden its project pipeline, as the company evolves into a broader renewable energy generation and storage developer. Michael Addison, Genex managing director
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