Sustainability every step of the way
Glenellen Solar Farm is a proposed renewable energy project located 16km north of Albury in southern NSW.
If approved, it will provide a reliable new source of clean energy for NSW households and businesses.
The project will generate up to 200 megawatts (MW) of clean energy. This is enough clean energy to power 83,000 homes – or over half of all households in the Murray Riverina region.
The project is currently in the Planning and Development stage. Trinasolar is currently finalising the concept design for the solar farm and will be seeking input from community and relevant groups prior to lodging the project for assessment by the Independent Planning Commission.
Trinasolar Energy Development purchased Glenellen Solar Farm earlier this year as a means of acquiring and developing its second solar development in Australia.
Trinasolar is one of the world’s leading photovoltaic providers and has a strong track record for product innovation and reliability as well as project delivery. Many people know of Trinasolar for its work in installing rooftop solar panels across thousands of homes in Australia.
Key milestones (those proposed in the future are subject to change)
Site Identification and Resource Monitoring
Preliminary Environmental Assessment (PEA)
Secretary’s Environmental Assessment Requirements (SEARs) issued
Environmental Assessment studies
Trinasolar acquires Glenellen Solar Farm Project
Environmental Impact Assessment on Public Exhibition
Development Approvals forecast
Construction forecast to commence
Forecast to be commissioned and operational
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