The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has financed two more large-scale solar developments, meaning that their total investments have helped accelerate the delivery of more than 1GW of additional solar energy across 20 projects.
The CEFC has provided $207 million in debt finance to accelerate the development of 200MW of additional solar capacity across two WIRSOL Energy projects – the Wemen Solar Farm in Victoria and the Clermont Solar Farm in Queensland. The CEFC noted that with these two commitments, tit had has invested in 20 large-scale solar projects since 2013, becoming Australia’s largest solar investor.
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