Construction in the world’s largest solar energy storage farm, will soon be underway, in Australia.
The giant plant will have batteries covering 4,000 square meters, a capacity of 330 megawatts (MW), enough to power tens of thousands of homes, and will cost an estimated $1 billion to construct.
South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill, said:
“Projects of this sort, renewable energy projects, represent the future.”
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4000 square meters might be wrong. It isn’t very big. I think there might be a misspelling.
You are right. 4000 square meters of batteries.