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Cunerdin Solar Project

Sun Brilliance plans to build a 100 MW solar farm on 165 ha of farmland in Western Australia's wheat belt, 2 kilometres east of Cunerdin and 158 kilometres east of Perth.

The solar farm will be built using single axis tracking technology, which means it will produce more electricity than Australia’s current biggest solar farm, the 102 MW Nyngan facility in western NSW.

It is planned to connect to Western Power’s grid, the South-West Interconnected System, via a 132 kV transmission line 2 km south of the solar farm.

The project is expected to cost $160 million.

In December 2016, the project received approval from  the Mid-West Wheatbelt Joint Development Assessment Panel and it was announced that construction was planned to begin in April 2017 with completion by September 2017. The dates were subsequently revised with construction to begin in late 2017 with completion in the third quarter of 2018.

Company: Sun Brilliance

Capacity (MW): 100

Status: Planned

Start Year: 2018

Technology: Photovoltaic

Fuel: Solar

Source of Information: Sun Brilliance web site (August 2016)


  • Cunerdin, Western Australia 6407