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    RFV 20 MW Royalla Solar Farm

    ACCIONA's grid connected the biggest photovoltaic plant in Australia in 2014 as a contractor for Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV).

    Located 23 kilometers south of the capital Canberra, Royalla is the biggest photovoltaic plant in service in Australia with 20 MW rated capacity (24 MWp) and around 82,000 solar panels installed on 41 kilometers of fixed structures.

    The Royalla PV plant was the first solar installation built by ACCIONA in Australia, acting as a contractor for the development company FRV.

    The farm can generate clean energy equivalent to the consumption of around 4,500 homes in the area, avoiding the emission of some 37,000 metric tons of CO2 from coal-fired power stations per year.

    General information

    Approximately 23 kilometres south of Canberra, ACT, Australia
    Peak Capacity
    24 MWp
    Nominal Capacity
    20 MW
    Photovoltaic solar with fixed structures
    Operation Commisisioned
    August 2014
    Energy production
    Approximately 4,500 homes
    • Biggest photovoltaic plant in Australia
    • Clean energy equivalent to the demand from around 4,500 homes.
    • 41 kilometers of fixed structures.
    • 37,000 metric tons of CO2 avoided per year

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