The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is committing around $98 million in debt finance for Victoria’s largest solar farm.
The CEFC is the sole debt financier on the 88 MW (AC) 110MW (DC) Bannerton Solar Park, at Almas Almonds in Victoria’s Sunraysia district. The farm will be developed without any grant support, the CEFC said.
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