Cohuna Solar Farm Construction Commences

MICHAEL BLOCH | April 24, 2019

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Enel Green Power Australia announced last week it had started construction of Victoria’s 34 MW Cohuna Solar Farm. The project is situated approximately 8 kilometres south of the town of Cohuna and around 25km east of Kerang in the Shire of Gannawarra in northern Victoria. Cohuna was one of 6 solar projects to score a guernsey in Victoria’s first renewable energy auction.

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