Putting Australian sunshine to work
Neoen Australia chose Bouygues Energies & Services to build three solar farms in New South Wales, Australia. This solar energy contract - the first for the company in Australia - is worth over €130 million.
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Bouygues Energies & Services was the lead contractor for engineering expertise, the supply of equipment and the construction of three large-scale solar farms. The project involved up to 250 employees working to provide 130 MW of additional solar energy in New South Wales, which will generate power for some 41,500 households.
Bouygues Energies & Services’ expertise in solar power plants was deployed across three sites: Parkes: a 66-MW solar park with 206,000 photovoltaic panels installed across 210 hectares generating electricity for 20,500 homes. Griffith: a solar park with 112,000 photovoltaic panels generating 36 MW for 11,500 households. Dubbo: a 28-MW solar park covering 80 hectares and two sites, one to the east of Dubbo, the other to the west of Narromine, comprised of around 80,000 solar panels capable of supplying power to 9,500 homes.
“We are proud to be partnering Neoen Australia in this large-scale renewable energy project. Close cooperation with our partner and local suppliers will be essential to the successful completion of these three solar farms. Our long-standing presence in this country and our multi-activity expertise enable us to increase our presence across the value chain.” Jean-Christophe Perraud, CEO, Bouygues Energies & Services.
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