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All the following sites are attractive locations for a solar farm as they receive good solar resource and are in close proximity to network transmission infrastructure.

Capital Solar FARM 

Infigen was granted planning approval for the proposed Capital solar farm by New South Wales Department of Planning in December 2010. The proposed solar photovoltaic plant will occupy an area of approximately 100 hectares, and will have a generating capacity of up to 50 megawatts.

The Capital solar farm will be clean, renewable and sustainable and will emit zero greenhouse gases. Based on a proposed operating capacity of up to 50 MW, the Capital solar farm will generate enough renewable energy to power up to 10,000 homes and will be the equivalent of removing approximately 15,000 cars from Australian roads each year.

Project application documents are availableto viewon the website of the NSW Department of Planning & Infrastructure. 

EPBC Referral for Capital Solar Farm

Latest updates about the proposed solar farm are available atwww.infigenenergy.com/capital-precinct.html.

Manildra Solar FARM 

Latest updates about the proposed solar farm are available atwww.infigenenergy.com/manildra.html.

Infigen was granted planning approval for the proposed Manildra solar farm by New South Wales Department of Planning in March 2011. The proposed solar photovoltaic plant will occupy an area of approximately 120 hectares, and will have a generating capacity of up to 50 megawatts.

The Manildra solar farm will be clean, renewable and sustainable and will emit zero greenhouse gases. Based on a proposed operating capacity of up to 50 MW, the Manildra solar farm will generate enough renewable energy to power up to 10,000 homes and will be the equivalent of removing approximately 15,000 cars from Australian roads each year.

Project application documents are availableto viewon the website of the NSW Department of Planning & Infrastructure. 

Other Solar Farm Developments in the pipeline

  • Bogan River solar farm (12 MW)
  • Cloncurry solar farm (3-6 MW)

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