Sun Cable is developing the world's largest
solar energy infrastructure, making it possible
to power whole cities with renewable energy

We are building the systems and
infrastructure to deliver competitively
priced, dispatchable, high-capacity
renewable electricity

Sun Cable’s energy projects will position Australia, Singapore and Indonesia as world leaders in intercontinental transmission of renewable electricity. This infrastructure will facilitate the electrification of new and existing industries, supporting large-scale economic development, whilst reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Our vision is to see the Indo-Pacific region powered by renewable energy, harnessing high-quality solar resources

Our flagship project is the Australia-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL), which involves harnessing solar energy from one of the most reliably sunny places on the planet in the Northern Territory of Australia, for 24/7 transmission to Darwin, Singapore other ASEAN markets via a high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission system.

The AAPL will be capable of supplying up to 20% of Singapore’s total renewable electricity needs every year, with supply commencing in 2027.

 

Australia-ASEAN
Power Link (AAPL)

Sun Cable is developing the AAPL – the world’s largest solar farm and battery storage facility in the Northern Territory, with a 4,500 km transmission system to supply Darwin and Singapore with reliable and competitively priced renewable electricity.

The AAPL project has the potential to create thousands of jobs, creating opportunities for local businesses and suppliers, and innovation and investment in Australia, Singapore and Indonesia.

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3GW
Of Dispatchable Electricity
3,750
Kilometres of HVDC Submarine Cable
14,000
GW of Solar Arrays
Up to 1/5
Of Singapore's Electricity Supply