Some of the solar projects where we have been in the news…
Maoneng’s 10th Anniversary Celebration on 21 February 2020
Posted: March 1, 2020
Gavin and Mike joined 200+ other invitees to celebrate Maoneng’s 10th Anniversary celebration. Coronium was touched to get a special mention as one of the early contributors to their ultimate success - our key involvement in their first project, the Mugga Lane Solar Farm in the ACT. Together, we broke down barriers and completed one of the largest utility solar projects in Australia at that time.
Beryl Solar Farm reaches full output after single month of commissioning
Posted: June 25, 2019 | By: Renew Economy
Coronium provided Solar Expert Advisory and Consultancy services to New Energy Solar during the construction and commissioning phases of the 87MW Beryl Solar Farm to help ensure the project was completed on time and to the highest quality standards.
SOUTH PACIFIC’S BIGGEST SOLAR PLANT TO HELP TONGA MEET RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGET
Posted: March 27, 2019 | By: Asian Development Bank
Coronium is proud to have supported both Tonga Power Ltd and the Asian Development Bank’s Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI) in reaching an executed Power Purchase Agreement for a 6MW solar farm which will be the largest solar plant in the south Pacific.
Coronium is continuing to provide specialist solar and transaction advice including:
- PPA review
- IPP tender preparation
- Yield assessments
- Tender reviews
- Contract Negotiation
- Plant Performance and Warranties
Genex Finalises Kidson Solar Project Delivery Team
Posted: June 22, 2016 | By: Genex
- Genex finalises Kidston Solar Project Delivery Team
- Strong solar development experience
- UGL selected as preferred EPC Contractor
- Detailed project design and final contract documentation underway
- On track for Financial Close / Commencement of Construction Q4 2016
Darwin Airport Goes Solar
Posted: December 9, 2015 | By: Darwin International Airport
Darwin’s airport will be flying on solar power by early next year, when Australia’s biggest private solar farm is switched on.
Work has started on the project after a tender was awarded to national engineering and construction services company UGL to design, deliver and install a large solar farm on airport land.
Leg-up for those needing a hand
Posted: October 14, 2014 | By: The Australian
SANG Bui recently graduated with a degree in solar engineering - a feat the son of a Vietnamese refugee said would not have been possible without mentor and friend Gavin Street.