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Energy project huge for Australian firm

Tuesday 13 June 2017 | Published in Local

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Energy project huge for Australian firm
Te Aponga Uira staff at a training session at the Te Mana o Te Ra (“Power from the Sun”) site at Rarotonga Airport, shortly before it opened in 2014. 17061229

New South Wales-based renewables company MPower will build its largest-ever energy storage project after securing the contract to design and install a 5.6MWh battery system on Rarotonga.

New South Wales-based renewables company MPower will build its largest-ever energy storage project after securing the contract to design and install a 5.6MWh battery system on Rarotonga.


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