Deeargee Solar is a proposed 320MW solar and battery project located 12km southeast of the township of Uralla. To be developed on cleared grazing land, it is situated within the NSW Government’s New England Renewable Energy Zone and five kilometres south of ACEN Australia’s existing operational New England Solar Stage 1 project.
The project will involve the construction and operation of rows of solar panels, electrical infrastructure and a potential battery energy storage system. Additional supporting infrastructure includes access roads and a potential temporary workers accommodation facility.
A community information session about Deeargee Solar will be held on Tuesday 20 February, at the Bushranger Motor Inn, 37-41 Bridge Street, Uralla. Drop in any time between 10am to 6pm to find out more about the project.
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The Deeargee Solar project will be serviced by new transmission network infrastructure being developed by the Energy Corporation of NSW (EnergyCo).