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20 GW Sun Cable Darwin Project On Track Again Under Atlassian Founder

Australian Software billionaire and Atlassian Founder Mike Cannon-Brookes has ensured the revival of the 20 GW, trans ocean Sun Cable Project, taking it out of administration by assuming full ownership. The project, to be set up near Darwin in Australia’s sparsely populated Northern Territory, is planned with a 20 GW solar footprint, besides 40 GWh […]

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Sun Cable Goes Into Administration in Australia

Sun Cable, the massive solar developer aiming to build the world’s most ambitious power export project, has gone into administration in Australia. Sun Cable was planning to build the world’s largest solar+battery storage complex in the Northern Territory region of Australia, with plans to build an undersea cable across the sea to export power to […]

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Sun Cable’s Australia-Asia Project Reaches Investment Ready Milestone

Australia’s most ambitious trans continental project, the AAPL (Australia-Asia Power Link) project from Sun Cable has reached yet another milestone with categorisation as an investment ready project by the government agency Infrastructure Australia.. The David Griffin led firm has  also been backed by Mike Cannon-Brookes’ Grok Ventures and Andrew Forrest’s Squadron Energy, together with a […]

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SunCable Gets $152 Million New Investment for Australia-Singapore Power Project

The SunCable led ‘Australia-Asia PowerLink’ project has received a major boost as Australian billionaires Mike Cannon-Brookes and Andrew Forrest have invested a further $152 million into the undersea cable link construction meant to deliver solar generated power from Australia to Singapore. The fresh investment has been directed through Grok Ventures that belongs to Cannon-Brookes and […]

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SunCable’s 14 GW Plan Inches Ahead With Move for Solar Mfg Plant in Darwin

Sun Cable, the Singapore-based consortium handling the world’s largest electricity infrastructure project, aka the $22 billion Australia-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL), revealed this week that it had lodged an application with the Northern Territory’s Development Consent Authority for a facility in the region’s capital, Darwin. The said facility will manufacture Maverick solar array systems designed by […]

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As China Starts Giant Solar Park, Four Giant Parks For the Future Beckon

The world’s largest single location solar plant, of 2.2 GW capacity was inaugurated in China’s Quinghai province this month. Built by state owned utility Huanghe Hydropower Development, the massive plant touts a special achievement along with its size . It has been built in the shortest time   among plants of comparable sizes. That single fact […]

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Australia’s Massive ASEAN Power Link Project Gets Major Status

Australia has accorded ‘major status’ to its ambitious Australia -ASEAN power link (AAPL) project. The new designation recognises the strategic importance of the project for Australia, and should help with faster approvals and priority handling by various government agencies involved. The project was formally granted the status on July 20. The Sun Cable project – […]

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