Giant Australian green power projects, eyeing Asean, edge closer to reality

A photo from Oct 15, 2020, shows Williamsdale Solar Farm in Australia. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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SINGAPORE - Two large Australian renewable energy projects that aim to provide green energy to Singapore have reached key milestones, taking them a step closer to reality.

Sun Cable's Australia-Asean Power Link near Darwin hopes to provide up to 20 per cent of Singapore's power needs via a giant solar farm and a 3,800km sub-sea cable.

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