The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is working with the South Australian government to develop a “financing package” to support the delivery of the state’s grid-scale battery storage project.
The South Australian government is supporting the construction of Australia’s largest grid-scale battery to store energy from wind and solar out of its $150 million Renewable Technology Fund. The South Australia government has opened a two-week expression of interest period for national and international companies interested in building the 100MW battery.
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