The Indonesian Government supports investment from the renewable energy infrastructure project Australia-Asia PowerLink to support economic growth.
23 September 2021 – A significant milestone was achieved for the Australia-Asia PowerLink as Sun Cable announced a long term partnership with the Indonesian government. This includes a USD2.5 billion investment into Indonesia, knowledge sharing with Indonesian academic institutions and the Indonesian government recommending a route for the subsea cable from Darwin to Singapore. There […]
We are delighted to join with Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Mr Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan & Australian Ambassador to Australia Penny Williams to announce that the Indonesian Government welcomes Sun Cable’s investment into Indonesia, has recommended our Australia-Asia PowerLink Route through Indonesian waters and the Ministry of Transportation has granted our subsea […]
Sun Cable’s AUD30+ Billion transformational Australia-Asia PowerLink (AAPowerLink), which will be one of the world’s largest renewable energy infrastructure projects, is another step closer to generating, storing and transmitting renewable energy from Elliott, to Darwin and Singapore, with the Indonesian Government today confirming key facilitation measures.
Sun Cable is consulting within the Northern Territory to support the preparation of the Australia-Asia PowerLink Environmental Impact Statement. This factsheet provides information on the project and contact details if you wish to get in touch.
Sun Cable has lodged a development application with the Development Consent Authority for the first phase of a proposed solar array manufacturing assembly facility in Darwin. This application is an important step in the ongoing development of the Australia-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL); a solar energy infrastructure network that will provide Darwin and Singapore with competitively […]
The potential for large-scale solar generation to transform the energy landscape in Northern Australia has been recognised by the Australian Government’s independent infrastructure advisor, Infrastructure Australia.
The $22 billion Sun Cable venture that aims to export solar power from the outback to Singapore has taken another significant step forward by mapping the first leg of its sub-sea mega cable and signing an agreement with the NT government to coordinate final approval of the project.
Sun Cable and the Northern Territory Government (NTG) today signed a milestone agreement to facilitate the Australia-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL), that will see the Territory host one of the world’s largest renewable energy systems. Signing on behalf of the Northern Territory Government, Chief Minister Michael Gunner said: “Today’s announcement is a big step forward for […]
Project Manager Mark Roberts, has commended everyone involved, saying, “We have been given this incredible opportunity to be involved in a project that could change the way the world understands renewable energy markets. Sun Cable have shown they are dynamic, ambitious and resourceful, turning challenges into new opportunities.”