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An artist's impression of the 10 megawatt solar power station in Northam.

Carnegie to build $20m solar power station

Renewable-focused Carnegie Clean Energy has announced it is developing a $20 million, 10-megawatt solar power station in Northam, which it says will generate enough electricity to power 4,000 homes for 25 years.

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Mentone
Renewable energy projects should be obligated to provide significant backup supply either batteries or something else instead of hanging off the coat-tails of fossil fuel generators. I hope the WA govt doesn't go down the same path as SA and mindlessly replace reliable coal fired generators with intermittent and unreliable power sources.

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