Combining wind, solar and storage
Goyder Renewables Zone is a large hybrid renewable energy project proposed for the area around Burra, in the Goyder region of South Australia.
It’s part of a new generation of projects that combine wind with solar and battery storage to provide renewable energy 24/7.
Wind turbines are tall structures that can capture stronger winds at higher altitudes. Turbines are generally 150-270m in height.
Solar farms are quiet, with the same solar panels you would place on your roof – there are just more of them.
FOR LOCAL FARMERS
For the climate
Producing more than
8,000,000 MWh of renewable energy per year
For your community
Up to $1,000,000 per year
funding for local community initiatives and projects
Neoen is pleased to announce that yesterday, on the 19th of August, the Department of Planning and Transport released the Development Application for Goyder South Hybrid Renewable Energy Facility for public exhibition and comment. The application can be downloaded via...
Neoen will hold two information session on Wednesday 6 November 2019: Robertstown: Robertstown War Memorial Community Centre, 11am-1pm Burra: Neoen Community Office, 7-9 Commercial St, Burra, 3pm-6pm The local community is invited to attend and interact with the...
Neoen will hold an information session at the Neoen Shopfront, (7-9 Commercial St, Burra) on Wednesday 11 September 2019, from 3pm to 7pm. The local community is invited to attend and interact with the project team. Goyder Renewables Zone is a combined wind, solar and...
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