A Solar Power Triumph in Queensland: The Grand Unveiling of the 204MW Edenvale Solar Park


               In an impressive display of commitment to green energy, the 204MW Edenvale Solar Park in Queensland, Australia, marks a significant stride in sustainable development. Strategically located in Chinchilla, just 300km from Brisbane, this solar marvel stands as a testament to the collaborative efforts in the realm of renewable energy. This grand project, masterfully constructed by GRS, the solar EPC contractor arm of the Gransolar Group, for Sojitz Corporation and Eneos, is not just an energy-producing giant but a symbol of environmental commitment.

               The inauguration of the Edenvale Solar Park was a momentous occasion, graced by the presence of key figures, including Cameron Dick, the regional Minister for Trade and Investment. Their attendance underlined the strong institutional support for green energy initiatives in Queensland. Jordi Vega, the Chief Operating Officer of Gransolar, reflected on the significance of this project at the ceremony: “Edenvale is an important milestone in Gransolar’s successful track record in Australia. The synergies created between the business units within our group (ISE, GRS, and PVH) have once again contributed immensely to decarbonization efforts in Queensland, a region deeply committed to environmental preservation.” GRS’s global impact is noteworthy, with operations spanning all five continents. They have achieved an impressive 2.5GW of installed capacity worldwide, with almost 3.5GW under development. This global footprint underscores their pivotal role in shaping a sustainable future, one solar project at a time.






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