The solar component of the Gullen Range Power Station started operation on 14th September


A quick note today to provide the following chart from NEM-Review v6 to illustrate that the 10MW solar component of the Gullen Range started operation on 14th September, augmenting the wind-powered output for the pre-existing station.  The following chart starts 1st September and highlights the difference in output cycles for wind and solar on the same site, albeit with solar a much small installed capacity:

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Just one of an escalating number of developments unfolding in this broader energy transition.

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