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Australia approves giant renewables park

10 Aug 2016
The Australian Government has approved Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park, which will consist of 59 wind turbines and 400 hectares of solar panels. 

The DP Energy-owned park is expected to generate a combined capacity of 375MW and supply power to approximately 200,000 homes while saving 470,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions. 

Wind and solar will be utilised throughout the park and will be mainly driven by the temperature difference between the land and the sea rather than the weather, according to Energy Live News. 

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