The project was acquired by a Chinese investor who is also going to act as the EPC for the project, with construction due to start in the first half of 2019.
Svante Kumlin, the founder and Chairman of EEW says, “We are happy to announce another milestone has been reached by EEW with this 130 MW project. EEW has managed to complete a sale of yet another fully merchant, large-scale solar project in Australia, taking the total capacity of merchant projects sold by EEW to 185 MW, which we believe is a great achievement.”
EEW’s other projects in Australia are progressing well and the company is expected to announce the financial close on the remainder of its 900MW pipeline of ready-to-build solar projects soon.
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