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.”
Straitstimes – Sun Cable Article Two large Australian renewable energy projects that aim to provide green energy to Singapore have reached key milestones, taking them a step closer to reality. Sun Cable’s Australia-Asean Power Link near Darwin hopes to provide up to 20 per cent of Singapore’s power needs via a giant solar farm and […]
Sun Cable’s $22 billion plans to build the world’s largest dispatchable solar and battery power station, as well as the world’s largest subsea transmission link, have taken a step forward after selecting a preferred site about 750km south of Darwin.
An undersea cable from a planned major solar farm project in the Top End could supply Singapore with sustainable electricity by 2027. The project has won major project status this week from the Federal Government, which will help smooth the approval process for the $22 billion Australian ASEAN Power Link using high-volume direct current (HVDC) […]
An undersea cable from a planned major solar farm project in the Northern Territory could supply Singapore with sustainable electricity by 2027. The project has won major project status this week from the Federal Government, which will help smooth the approval process for the $22 billion Australian ASEAN Power Link using high voltage direct current […]
Major Project Status has been granted to Sun Cable’s proposed Australian-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL) – which would be one of the world’s largest dispatchable renewable electricity systems, supported by the world’s largest battery & solar farm in the Barkly region near Elliott.
The Morrison Government is helping fast-track Australia’s largest renewable energy infrastructure project which aims to power the Northern Territory and Southeast Asia – injecting billions into our economy and creating thousands of Australian jobs.