Clermont Solar

Sunny-side up in Central Queensland

The Clermont Region has some of the highest levels of solar irradiation in Australia - where better to locate Epuron's first Queensland solar project. Using proven single-axis tracking solar modules, the project is expected to have one of Australia's highest per-unit energy yields and makes use of Queensland's extensive existing grid infrastructure. 

Developed in partnership with UK firm Island Green Power, the 75 Megawatt (a.c.) solar power project has now secured its Development and Grid Connection Approvals and is ready for construction in 2018.

Project outline

The Clermont Solar Farm, located a few kilometres south west of the town of Clermont in central Queensland, will have the capacity to generate 93MW (d.c)  ot solar power into the National Energy Market (NEM). The project requires a new transmission connection to the existing Clermont substation which then connects into the main Queensland electricity grid. 

The Development Approval was granted by Isaac Regional Council on Tuesday the 30th of May 2017 which allowed the 300ha of previously grazing land to now be used for electricity generation. With only a few steps left before construction can begin the project is set to start producing clean power for Queensland in 2018.