Innogy to construct 460 MW of solar power

The German energy major has acquired the rights to two solar projects with total capacity of more than 460 MW. The overall investment is worth more than EUR 400 million.

Germany's Innogy has acquired the rights to two solar projects Down Under and will be paying a costly sum. The company plans to invest more than EUR 400 million in the two projects.

Innogy has acquired the two development projects Limondale and Hillston from the company Overland Sun Farming. Their combined capacity totals 462 MW and both projects are located in New South Wales in Australia. Innogy expects to begin construction in 2018.

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