14.06.2019 / Solar, Company, Off-Grid, Hybrid, APAC, Press

Sandfire DeGrussa hybrid project delivers record production

Project achieved its annual generation targets one month ahead of schedule.

DeGrussa Project Australia

juwi Australia is pleased to announce that the Sandfire DeGrussa Hybrid Project in Western Australia recently achieved its annual generation targets one month ahead of schedule. 

The project consists of a 10.6MW tracking PV Project together with a 6MW battery coupled with a hybrid control system which juwi developed, constructed and has been operating and maintaining since 2016.

Through effective hybrid system optimization achieved in partnership with project owner Neoen (ISIN Code: FR0011675362, ticker: NEOEN), mine owner Sandfire Resources NL and the thermal power station provider Pacific Energy (KPS) Pty Ltd, juwi’s team has been able to materially increase solar power production and reduce diesel consumption.

This is a great milestone for juwi Australia once again confirming that our hybrid systems reliably power off-grid sites reducing both diesel consumption and CO2 emissions.

juwi is official partner of the Energy and Mines Australia Summit on June 19th and 20th in Perth. juwi CEO Staphan Hansen will deliver the opening remarks. Amiram Roth-Deblon, Head of juwi’s Global Business Initiatives, will be giving insights into the topic Renewables for Mines.


More topics

Solar Company Off-Grid Press

Contact:

Felix Wächter, Pressesprecher der juwi-Gruppe

Felix Wächter
Press Officer

Call now
E-Mail


Newest article

juwi consolidates its position as the world's leading all-rounder in the field of solar PV

Expansion of project development activities gains momentum. more

World's top utility-scale solar constructors list - juwi is #4

New players are climbing up the league table of the world’s top EPC contractors, thanks to the... more

CEE Group acquires juwi’s milestone 14,4 MW wind farm Mohlis

Companies sign purchase contract for four Vestas V136-3.6 turbines on HusumWind 2019. more