Greek developer signs long-term contract for Queensland solar farm


Greece-based industrial conglomerate, Mytilineos, and SmartestEnergy Australia have signed a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for the 40MW Kingaroy Solar Farm in Queensland.

According to, Mytilineos own Kingaroy Solar Farm and currently have a portfolio in Australia that stands at 376MW, with the solar farm at 237 MWp of the total portfolio.

Photo: Kingaroy Solar Farm in Queensland

The PPA agreement will provide SmartestEnergy Australia with renewable energy from the solar farm to retail to its C&I customer base in Australia.

The Australian company is known for reliable, clean energy and are the leading experts to a 100 percent renewable energy system in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.

The Queensland-based solar farm is in its final stages of construction by Mytilineos and will begin operations in late 2023.





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