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Recent Listings
  • Dulacca Renewable Energy Project

    RES Australia is planning to develop a 240MW wind farm between Dulacca and Drillham in the Western Downs region of Queensland.

    (13/03/2019 03:18PM)

  • Maxwell Solar Project

    Malabar Coal is proposing to develop a 25MW solar farm near Muswellbrook in the New South Wales Hunter Valley.

    (12/03/2019 03:24PM)

  • Walla Walla Solar Farm

    Bison Energy is proposing to develop a 300MW solar farm near Walla Walla in the New South Wales Riverina.

    (12/03/2019 02:57PM)

  • Bungama Solar

    Energy Projects Solar is proposing to develop a 280MW solar farm with battery storage near Port Pirie, South Australia.

    (12/03/2019 02:35PM)

  • Kondinin Wind & Solar Project - Wind

    Lacour Energy is planning to develop a 120MW wind farm as part of its Wind & Solar Project near Kondinin in the West Australian wheatbelt.

    (29/01/2019 02:19PM)

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