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A newcomer to Australian solar, Indonesia’s Terregra Renewables, appointed Balance Utility Solutions to carry out EPC activities on a 5 MW solar farm north of Murray Bridge in South Australia.

The 5 MW Mobilong Solar Farm has been developed by Terregra Renewables, a subsidiary of the listed Indonesian company PT Terregra Asia Energy Tbk.

The Mobilong solar farm, located near Murray Bridge, around 65kms east of Adelaide, consists of over 15,600 solar panels, created more than 50 jobs during the construction phase, and engaged local suppliers and service providers.

Generation from the solar farm, which is expected to operate over a 30-year life, will be sold through a merchant off-take arrangement, a positive sign for renewables projects that have often relied on the security of power purchase agreements to gain finance.


"This is a great achievement for Terregra Renewables and is our first operating project in Australia. It was pleasing to see so many high-quality local businesses involved in the project."

Director of Terregra Renewables Graham Pearson said in a statement.


Terregra Renewables is now looking forward to its next 5MW solar farm under construction, the Moyhall Solar Farm at Naracoorte, located close to the South Australian-Victoria border, and is aiming to establish a 35MW portfolio of 5MW solar projects across South Australia.

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