Shining Bright: Gransolar Energizes 125MW Solar Project In Australia’s Oz Power Sector!

Shining Bright: Gransolar and Vena Energy Light Up Queensland with 125MW Solar Project!

In the sun-kissed lands of Queensland, Australia, a new era of renewable energy has dawned with the completion of the Amazon Solar Project – Wandoan. This 125MW marvel is not just a project; it’s a significant step towards a greener future, forming a vital part of the ambitious 1GW Wandoan South Project.

Situated amidst the picturesque Darling Downs region, known for its vast beauty and natural abundance, the Amazon Solar Project – Wandoan is a beacon of sustainability. It adds a powerful thrust to Queensland’s renewable energy journey while providing clean, green power to local communities.

Gransolar and Vena Energy joined forces to bring this vision to life, commencing construction in May 2022. In just one year, the project soared to 99% completion, a testament to their dedication and expertise.

Owen Sela, Head of Australia at Vena Energy, emphasized the project’s impact on the local community, creating over 200 jobs and actively involving local talents. This inclusive approach not only fuels economic growth but also fosters a sense of ownership and pride among locals.

Jose Miguel Plaza, country manager of Gransolar in Australia, expressed immense pride in this milestone, highlighting Australia’s green transition and Queensland’s pivotal role in it. With the Amazon Solar Project – Wandoan now operational, Gransolar has contributed significantly to Australia’s Renewable Energy Target, showcasing their commitment to a sustainable future.

As the sun sets on traditional energy sources, projects like the Amazon Solar Project – Wandoan shine as beacons of hope, illuminating the path towards a cleaner, brighter tomorrow for Queensland and beyond. #RenewableEnergy #SolarPower #GreenTransition #Queensland #WandoanSouthProject #SustainableDevelopment #CommunityEngagement #CleanEnergyJobs #AustraliaRenewables #Gransolar #VenaEnergy #AmazonSolarProject








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