Iberdrola debuts in Australia with hybrid RE farm

The world's largest wind turbine fleet operator, Spanish Iberdrola, enters the Australian market with a 320MW hybrid facility near Adelaide. Iberdrola also announces that further similar installations will follow.
Photo: PR / Iberdrola
Photo: PR / Iberdrola

Australia's sunny terrain has attracted yet another major player to the region. Spanish Iberdrola enters the market with a 320MW hybrid renewable energy farm at a cost of AUD 500 million (EUR 308 million) with commissioning planned for 2021, reports domestic media The Sydney Morning Herald.

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