Solar farm connects in NSW Riverina

Share

The 75 MW Wyalong Solar Farm, developed and operated by Greek resources and renewables company Mytilineos, is now operational.

Around 62% of the Wyalong Solar Farm’s output is contracted to NBN Australia, the company’s Senior Manager Energy and Climate Change, Mark Jones, said.

The 10-year power purchasing agreement (PPA) will see NBN Australia receive 90 GWh of solar energy per annum. Jones added that the Mytilineos deal was the “first in a series of renewable PPAs for nbn.”

The Wyalong Solar Farm in NSW had its ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 19, 2023.

Image: Mark Jones / LinkedIn

The Wyalong Solar Farm 260-hectare site not far from West Wyalong in the NSW Riverina region. It hosts around 127,000 solar panels.

Construction on the solar farm begun in July 2022, with Mytilineos’ Renewables and Storage Development Business Unit flagging at the time that power generation should begin in late 2022.

This content is protected by copyright and may not be reused. If you want to cooperate with us and would like to reuse some of our content, please contact: editors@pv-magazine.com.

Popular content

Path cleared for Tasmanian utility to build and partner on 300 MW projects
18 July 2024 The way has been cleared for a new generation of solar, wind and hydro projects to be developed in Tasmania with the state government lifting the legi...