05/12/2017 - 12:15

Decmil signs MOU for $275m solar contract

05/12/2017 - 12:15

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Decmil Group is well placed to secure a $275 million engineering contract for Chinese group Maoneng's 250-megawatt Sunraysia solar project in NSW, after signing a memorandum of understanding to complete early designs for the project.

Decmil signs MOU for $275m solar contract
Sunraysia will be one of the first solar farms in NSW to use batteries to store energy.

Decmil Group is well placed to secure a $275 million engineering contract for Chinese group Maoneng's 250-megawatt Sunraysia solar project in NSW, after signing a memorandum of understanding to complete early designs for the project.

Osborne Park-based Decmil will work with Maoneng on early designs and to finalise the engineering contract, which is set to be awarded in March next year, for what is tipped to be one of Australia’s largest utility scale solar power plants.

Sunraysia will be one of the first solar farms in NSW to use batteries to store energy.

Decmil managing director Scott Criddle said the company was looking forward to partnering with Maoneng.

“Both organisations bring together complementary skills to successfully deliver this project to the Australian renewable energy market,” he said.

“Decmil has been building its capability in renewable energy in recent years, based on nearly 40 years of experience and expertise in regional engineering construction.”

Decmil’s share price was up .4 per cent at $1.18 at 3pm AEDT.

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