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Gregory

Harvesting the sun’s energy for a brighter future

ENGIE’s vision is to energise people and communities by leading the energy transition towards renewables.

We are already operating two wind farms in South Australia and are planning a further three major solar farms across Queensland and New South Wales.

One of these is the development of the new Gregory Solar Farm. It will be built on roughly 760 hectares across one private rural property about 55 kilometres north east of Emerald (QLD).

Solar photovoltaic panels will be used to generate electricity at a capacity of 215 megawatts. As part of the project we are also building a step-up substation, site office and storage area.

The council approval for the solar farm also allows for the installation of a battery energy storage system.

Development approval was granted by the Central Highlands Regional Council in January 2018 and we are currently progressing our grid connection process.

Contact information

Phone: 1800 066 243

Email: gregorysolarfarm@au.engie.com

Fast Facts

Under development

Capacity of 215 MW

Approval for a battery energy storage system

Located 55km north east of Emerald, QLD

Stationed across 760 hectares of rural land

Completion in 2021

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