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Australia’s NSW gives two large-scale solar farms go-ahead

After approving a major solar+storage project at Darlington Point this week, Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) Department of Planning and Environment has just greenlit two more utility-scale solar PV projects: The 170 MW Suntop Solar Farm and the 47 MW Gregadoo Solar Farm.

New South Wales approves 275 MW for development

The Department of Planning and Environment in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, has given the green light to build 275 MW of solar capacity at four locations throughout the state.

Australian outlook: solar’s impact felt across range of energy metrics, data shows

Rooftop and large-scale solar contributed to estimated 1% reduction in total power consumption in 2016, prompting 1.3% fall in greenhouse gas emissions and rising share of renewables on the grid.

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