The 333 MW Darlington Point Solar Farm Project

Solar Pile International Contracted For The 333 MW Darlington Point Solar Farm. 

The Solar Pile International (SPI) team is proud to announce our appointment to supply the total piling needs of the 333 MW Darlington Point Solar Farm project in NSW, Australia.

SPI have once again partnered with global EPC, Signal Energy, to provide 117,500 piles for supporting and managing the applied loads of single axis solar trackers.

The project covers 975 hectares and is located approximately 10 km south of the town of Darlington Point in Western NSW. The Solar Farm will produce enough electricity to power over 115,000 homes throughout NSW and will employ approximately 300 personnel during construction.

We are excited to work further with major solar utilities EPC, Signal Energy and we once again look forward to contributing towards a cleaner world for all.

Our recyclable piling technologies are determined and tuned to the specific needs of a given solar farm site to ensure optimum performance and minimal site disturbance at a cost that adds value.

For more information on our product range, supply capacity and quality assurance methods, read more on our website or contact us today.

Beams delivered to Finley Solar Farm site by Solar Pile International.

If you would like to read more about how Solar Pile International can help Solar Farm developers, EPC’s and array suppliers, visit our work with us or contact us today.

Written by Solar Pile International.

Published 04/03/2019

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