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Canadian Solar Takes Control of Aussie Solar Portfolio (M&A)
Canadian Solar,Photon Energy
Date: 2018-01-31
Canadian Solar Inc reports it will take a controlling 51 pct stake in each of five utility-scale solar projects totaling 1,140-MWp in New South Wales, Australia, from Netherlands-based developer Photon Energy NV.

The 5 solar projects include a 316-MWp PV park in Gunning, solely owned by Photon Energy, and four projects that Photon developed in partnership with Polpo Investment -- 178 MW in Mumbil, 165 MWp in Gunnedah, 286 MWp in Suntop and 196 MWp in Maryvale.

Financial details of the transaction have not been released. (Source: Photon Energy, Canadian Solar, Others, Jan 28, 2018) Contact: Photon Energy Australia,; Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Canadian Solar,  Photon Energy,  Solar Australia Solar,  

Photon Energy Confirms Three Aussie Solar Farms Plan (Int'l)
Photon Energy
Date: 2017-11-03
In the Land Down Under, Photon Energy has confirmed it is planning to construct solar farms at three locations -- Mumbil, Maryvale and Suntop -- in 2019. The projects are subject to state government planning and other regulatory approvals.

In total, the three projects will generate sufficient electric power for about 190,000 homes and save more than 930,000 tpy of CO2 emissions. (Source: Photon Energy, Wellington Times, 30 Oct., 2017) Contact: Photon Energy,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Photon Energy ,  Solar,  Australia Solar,  

316MW Solar Farm Planned for NSW, Australia (Int'l)
Photon Energy
Date: 2017-07-12
In the Land Down Under, Photon Energy has filed fits initial plans for construction of a 316-MW solar farm at Gunning, near Goulburn , New South Wales (NSW). If approved and constructed, the $380 million project would utilizes hundreds of thousands of solar panels spread over 590 hectares of land.

Presently, the largest operating solar project in the Southern Hemisphere is the 104-MW Nyngan Solar Plant in western NSW. (Source: Photon Energy, ABC, 7 July, 2017) Contact: Photon Energy, Michael Gartner, Dir., Georg Hotar, CEO, +31 202 402 570,,

More Low-Carbon Energy News Photon Energy ,  Solar,  

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