Jacana Energy Power Purchase Agreement

“We have kept our promise to stabilize electricity prices after massive increases under the CLP.” The fact that we have also held public assets in the public domain means that we are perfect for the transition to more renewable energy while maintaining the reliability of the system. “This agreement between Katherine Solar and Jacana will increase the consumption of renewable energy in the territory by 3 to 4%. Chief executive Ernie Delfos said the project was a strategic acquisition that was in line with the company`s other energy interests in northern Australia. The agreement aims to increase renewable energy consumption in the Northern Territory by 4%, supporting the NT government`s commitment to use 50% renewable energy by 2030. “It was therefore essential to obtain all these permissions from the original owner, and it was essential that the modelling could then take place to ensure that electricity could be injected into this grid.” Epuron is pleased to reach an agreement on the sale of solar electricity to Jacana. We look forward to the Katherine Solar project being under construction in the coming months. The AAE – an important milestone for solar energy for the territory – was announced as part of a series of reforms to the electricity market, which were presented on Monday “to provide cost reduction and reliable energy,” the government said. “Epuron is pleased to reach an agreement to sell solar power to Jacana,” the company`s chief executive, Martin Poole, said in a statement on Monday. Eni Australia bought the plant in February in Epuron and was busy developing its 70-hectare property near Katherine. “This is a big step towards our renewable energy target and will put pressure on electricity prices. The power purchase agreement between Jacana Energy and Katherine Solar Pty Ltd will allow the construction of the $40 million project, create more than 100 jobs during construction and become the largest renewable energy producer in the Northern Territory. Sophie is editor-in-chief of One Step Off The Grid and editor-in-chief of her sister page Renew Economy.

Sophie has been writing about clean energy for over a decade. “This will facilitate the growing interest in renewable energy in the Darwin-Katherine electricity grid,” he said. The Northern Territory government also agreed that state-run electricity distributor Jacana Energy had entered into a long-term power purchase agreement (AAE) for the project. Electricity generated from the site will be injected into the main grid between Katherine and Darwin as part of an aerating contract with retailer Jacana Energy. “Epuron owns and operates solar power plants in the NT in Alice Springs, Yulara, Kalkarindji, Ti Tree and Lake Nash/Alpurrurulam, and we are pleased to be here to announce our first project in the Katherine Darwin electrical system.” “The NT has great potential for solar energy, and it is exciting to see how the territory government has taken initiatives to enable investors to compete for the cheapest solar electricity for the grid.” “Our election promise of 50% renewable energy by 2030 is already paying off by creating local jobs in the growing renewable energy sector.

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