New $25m solar power project for WA

Regional energy supplier Horizon Power has teamed up with PowerCorp and SunPower Australia to build two solar power stations in the Pilbara, valued at $25 million.


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Why doesn't Synergy have the same or similar ethos regarding solar power. I've put in to build a solar farm here in Muchea, and it is not really recognised as a good idea. I've got the space, the capital and a green tinge and it is not acceptable, it seems to Synergy. What's going on? Go green is the cry....but not too green? Or worse still only the chosen ones are allowed to be contributors to being green. Thanks for reading.

About time, the citizens of the great sunburnt country are still scratching our heads as to why it has taken so long to get involved with solar power and collection. It has been around for a long time, remember 1972/3 when "solar hart" established in Newcastle st, look where it has gone now, why has Government taken so long. John Howard wasted 10 years ingnoring the climate and could have left a huge legacy that we would all benefit from. Doh, wake up Australia.

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