The Nyngan Solar Plant reaches full output


I noticed today this announcement from AGL that the Nyngan solar plant (developed by First Solar and AGL Energy) had reached its 102MW full output.

Given we marked the start of operations back in March on WattClarity® here, I thought it useful to also include this snapshot from NEM-Watch highlighting how output from Nyngan had lifted on Saturday 6th June in what appears to be 2 steps – to 75MW at the start of the day and then from 75MW to 102MW around the middle of the day:

A chart from NEM-Watch showing Nyngan output increased

{click on the image to have a larger-sized one launch for a closer view}

Also annotated on the chart is a price blip seen today in South Australia, following on from the problems  being experienced at Alinta’s Northern brown-coal plant since the weekend.

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Paul McArdle
One of three founders of Global-Roam back in 2000, Paul has been CEO of the company since that time. As an author on WattClarity, Paul's focus has been to help make the electricity market more understandable.

2 Comments on "The Nyngan Solar Plant reaches full output"

  1. How is Nyngan plant going now ? I haven’t noticed any production from it in the NEM reports lately.

    • Malcolm,

      Sounds like you really need a copy of NEM-Watch (www.NEM-Watch.info) or NEM-Review (www.NEM-Review.info) so you can explore your question, at your own leisure.

      There are ups, and there are downs (or is there a question behind your question about specific downs?)

      Paul

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