Mike Cannon Brookes and Twiggy forest invest in Solar Farm
“If we nail this, we can build a new export industry for Australia, create jobs and set our economy up for the future.”
We must continue the transition to clean, affordable and reliable renewable energy and storage technologies.
Posted on December 26, 2019
Mike Cannon-Brookes and Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest are part of a Capital raise of $millions in a David Griffin’s Sun Cable – solar farm which will enable Australia to supply electricity to Singapore.
The project aims to supply competitively priced electricity to the Darwin region and to Singapore via a 4500-kilometre high-voltage cable.
This is the start of a $22 billion plan to build the world’s largest solar farm with a 10-gigawatt capacity covering 15,000 hectares near Tennant Creek in the NT, and a 22GW-hour storage plant.