Oz solar giant goes into appointing phase

Nov 26, 2020 03:23 PM ET
  • 250MW Limondale 1 and 2 in NSW results from reach complete commercial operations in Q1 2021
Oz solar giant goes into appointing phase
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Energy consultancy Vysus Group is collaborating with Belectric Australia on the commissioning stage of the 250MW Limondale photovoltaic or pv plant in New South Wales, ahead of commercial procedure in very early 2021.

Vysus Group, previously Lloyd's Register Energy, was awarded the contract by Belectric Australia to support the enrollment as well as appointing stage of the RWE Renewables-owned Limondale which is due to get to complete industrial procedures day in the first quarter of 2021.

Vysus has been completing grid connection studies to support the plant's enrollment, which contains Limondale 1 (220MW) and 2 (29MW).

Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) granted the registration for Limondale 2 in December 2019, as well as the registration of Limondale 1 adhered to in June 2020.

Further assistance includes compliance testing with essential analysis, evaluations and also interfacing with RWE Renewables Australia, Belectric Australia and the AEMO to ensure complete compliance.

The project is situated within the West Murray Zone covering Victoria and NSW, which is taken into consideration a weak area of the Australian grid.

Coupled with the rigorous demands put by grid drivers, this has caused lots of various other solar farms in the region finding it challenging to link to the grid.

RWE Renewables Australia operations head Peter Veljkovic stated: "This is a substantial project for Australia as well as in working with Vysus Group we've had the ability to get to essential landmarks in the project."

Vysus Asia Pacific renewables head Mark Andrews stated: "The West Murray zone offers difficult connectivity issues and intricate governing considerations.

" We've been able to offer self-confidence to RWE Renewables Australia and also Belectric Australia with our comprehensive experience in tidy power projects, helping them get rid of obstacles and guaranteeing costly hold-ups to generation are stopped."

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