Transactions - MAY 4, 2021

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Renewable energy hub established in South Australia

by Released

Amp Power Australia, the Australian operating company of global developer Amp Energy, has established the Renewable Energy Hub of South Australia (REHSA); a strategic portfolio of large-scale integrated solar photovoltaic, wind and battery energy storage assets located in South Australia.

REHSA also includes the siting of the Spencer Gulf Hydrogen Energy Ecoplex, forming part of the South Australian Government's Hydrogen Action Plan.

The portfolio, acquired from EPS, includes three large solar photovoltaic projects totaling more than 1.3 gigawatts of generation, located at Robertstown (636 megawatts ), Bungama (336 megawatts) and Yoorndoo Ilga (388 megawatts), with a total battery energy storage capacity of up to 540 megawatts across the portfolio.

With development approvals and land secured, the Robertstown and Bungama projects are expected to begin staged energization in late 2022. These two projects will generate electricity production to power the equivalent

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