It’s A Go For The Adani 140 Megawatts Whyalla Solar Project

Jon Capistrano
Jon Capistrano
September 29, 2017

Indian Energy major player Adani received the go signal for the construction of its 140-megawatt solar farms in Whyalla. The company has received the approval for the $200 million solar project and will provide 150 jobs during the farm’s construction and with 5 full-time staff once the farm is completed as reported by The Advertiser.

Adani has been attacked because of its coal investments in Galilee Basin, but this solar project shows that the company is serious about renewable energy

MP Rowan Ramsey

The company is also considering an accompanying battery storage option in Whyalla and other renewable projects in South Australia.

Click here to read the full story on The Advertiser

One Response

  1. This is exciting news and good on Adani for diversifying into solar. Its the way of the future. Has the company announced who the successful contractors will be to actually build it in South Australia?

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