Williamsdale Solar Farm

The Impact Investment Group’s Williamsdale Solar Farm is approximately 20 km south of Canberra. It has about 30 hectares of solar panels, mounted on a single axis sun-tracking system that can increase output by up to 40% over conventional fixed panels.

As of the 5th of October 2017, the solar farm is expected to produce enough electricity to power the equivalent of 3,600 households. The Impact Investment Group expects the solar farm to abate 460,000 tonnes of CO2 emission over the facility’s lifetime.

It’s one of the seed assets in the Impact Investment Group’s Solar Income Fund, an offer to wholesale investors who are seeking high yielding returns while contributing to Australia’s transition to a low carbon economy.

Project Summary

Located at:                                      Williamsdale, ACT
Capacity:                                         11 MW
Commissioned:                              2017
Owned and Operated by:              Impact Investment Group

 

 

 

“The Impact Investment Group’s Williamsdale Solar Farm. Photo Credit: Josh Caruana Consolidated Power Projects Australia”