Edify Energy is about to begin construction on large-scale solar projects in Queensland, backed by finance from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), Commonwealth Bank and French investment bank Natixis.
Edify Energy’s latest large-scale solar projects are the 150MW (AC) Daydream Solar Farm and the 50MW (AC) Hayman Solar Farm. They are located near its 57.5MW (AC) Whitsunday Solar Farm and the 57.5MW (AC) Hamilton Solar Farm, which are already under construction. The CEFC provided around $90 million to the latest Edify Energy Projects, along with Commonwealth Bank and Natixis, as part of a syndicated debt facility.
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