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biggest photovoltaic plant in Australia
CLEAN, NON-POLLUTING ENERGY
Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
1 in 8 people still do not have access to electricity. In order to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all, it is necessary to increase the use of renewable energy from 25 % today to 38 % in 2025.
ACCIONA is positioning itself as a key player in addressing the growth in energy demand while curbing the progress of global warming and promoting the transition to a decarbonized energy model.
Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
The generation and use of energy is responsible for 74 % of total greenhouse gas emissions in the world. This activity is the largest contributor to global warming. Investment in renewable energy, energy efficiency and other low carbon technologies will continue to be essential to meet the new needs of humanity and to minimise their negative impact on the environment.
ACCIONA considers the fight against climate change and its related effects to be a strategic priority. The Company is working to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions in order to contribute to the progress of society and respond to the main challenges of sustainable development in the areas of infrastructure, water and energy, leading the transition to a low-carbon economy.
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.
- Location: Approximately 23 kilometres south of Canberra, ACT, Australia
- Peak Capacity: 24 MWp
- Nominal Capacity: 20 MW
- Technology: Photovoltaic solar with fixed structures
- Operation Commisisioned: August 2014
- Owner: FRV
- Contrator: ACCIONA
- 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