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Solgen awarded further Cairns Regional Council solar contracts

Construction is underway on four mini solar farms, and additional roof-mounted solar panels, at five of the Cairns Region’s Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP). The mini solar farms will generate an estimated 2.92 gigawatt hours of energy each year, which will provide 25 per cent of the total energy requirements of the wastewater treatment plants […]

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Power Purchase Agreements – are they right for you?

  With affordable finance conditions – and suggestions the Reserve bank of Australia could even take the cash rate into negative territory – there’s a steady stream of enquiries for Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) in the commercial and industrial sector. Added to the financial climate, the evolution of the model in recent years – especially […]

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Solgen helps Victorian Water Corporation meet carbon goals

CASE STUDY Objective A Victorian Water Corporation has committed, alongside other water corporations across Victoria, to achieve zero net emissions by 2050. The goal has been set by the Victoria Government in the Water for Victoria plan and the Victorian Climate Change Act 2017. Solution The Corporation identified a solar solution for part of its […]

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Solgen Energy Group is now in Darwin

Solgen Energy Group has expanded into Darwin, Northern Territory. The new location expands the company’s national presence and provides the Territory access to Solgen’s unmatched standards across design, engineering and project management. “Solgen Energy Group was built on the vision to ‘enable solar power for everyone’. As a leading solar energy company, our knowledge and […]

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Solgen completes SA’s largest rooftop solar project

Solgen Energy Group completes South Australia’s largest rooftop solar power project South Australia’s largest rooftop solar power system at Adelaide Airport has begun generating electricity, contributing to almost 10 per cent of the airport’s total energy consumption. The short term multi-storey car park rooftop solar power system, located opposite the main terminal, is expected to […]

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