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Australia Expects to Build 200MW of Floating Solar Stations

Release date:2021-04-06 Source:Raytech Pageviews:-

AGL Energy has revealed plans for a floating solar project at its Roy Yang power station in Victoria, Australia. The energy giant is already producing lignite exported to Japan and has applied to install 200MWh of batteries at its Roy Yang site.

Energy supplier AGL is understood to be pushing ahead with plans to build a 200MW grid-scale battery at its Lowy Yang power station in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria, and announced it had submitted a planning application to the state government. AGL said it had applied to Victoria's Planning Minister and the Department of Environment, Water, Land, and Planning to build a 200MW, four-hour grid-grade battery near the lignite-fuelled Luoyang plant.

The energy giant had previously announced its goal of adding at least 850MW of new large-scale battery storage to its portfolio by the end of 2024 and said the Roy Yang project was part of the company's energy transformation. Markus Brokhof, AGL's chief operating officer, said batteries would be an important part of the technology portfolio needed to meet Australia's energy needs for decades to come.

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