Australia – Time to think big

The thought of powering large cities using renewable energy is not new. The problem facing renewable generators is getting the energy to these markets. This week, in Australia a mega solar and storage project has taken a step closer to realization.          The Australia – ASEAN Power link or AAPL includes a 14-gigawatt (GW) solar farm and 33 GW storage facility in Australia’s Northern Territory near the township of Tennant Creek. The idea being to utilize the solar potential of the north Australian state and export its solar energy to Singapore via a submarine power cable. Singaporean firm, Sun Cable the promotor of the project, states that the scheme includes renewable electricity being

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