Mojo Power is pleased to announce the commencement of a 9.4 MWDC / 7.4 MWAC solar farm in Robinvale, Victoria.
The Project has been developed by Suntech Power Development Australia Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Suntech Power Japan. Suntech are a member of one of the World’s leading solar panel companies and solar farm developers.
The solar farm is located on Pethard Road, Robinvale, Victoria. Robinvale is 92 km SE of Mildura and 469km NW of Melbourne.
Suntech own 100 percent of the solar farm and all of the electricity produced from it is to be purchased by Mojo Power under a long-term agreement with the developers.
The solar farm is expected to be in service by April 2020.
This milestone is a major move for Mojo Power as it seeks to provide fair, clean, and lower cost energy for its customers. Mojo Power Managing Director, Warren Murphy, commented, “We are delighted to be able to announce the first of what we hope to be many solar farms in partnership with Suntech. Delivering renewable energy to our customers is our passion and we are delighted to partner with Suntech in Australia”.
The Robinvale Solar Farm is one of a number of renewable energy power plants we intend to source for wholesale power. It is part of a broader plan to source renewables across the eastern states allowing customers to take charge of their energy costs. Mojo Power provides customers with knowledge, accessibility and smart technologies so that they can control usage and save money and the planet.
Suntech director Craig Nalder, Swan Hill Mayor Ann Young, Miga Jung from Suntech and Mojo managing director Warren Murphy break ground for the new Robinvale solar farm.