Solar and wind energy are complementary sources of renewable energy that produce electricity at different times of the day and every year.
“Co-location provides more continuous energy production, wind farms usually generate more electricity at night, and solar power can only be carried out during the day. Gulun wind farms produce more electricity in the winter, and new solar farms Then produce more electricity in the summer."
“It can create a new market for small and medium-sized solar PV projects, because when solar and wind power co-located, scale is no longer important for competitiveness.”
According to the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, research shows that solar farms are built in existing wind farms, and it is estimated that it is likely to produce 1,000 megawatts of electricity, enough to supply 700,000 households. Frischenic said that we expect its power generation to double by 2020, the same as Australia's renewable energy target.
Gulunling Wind Power Company is a subsidiary of a Chinese technology company in Australia. It currently undertakes the project and will likely sell some of its equity to its partners.
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