Final Delivery to the 175 MW Finley Solar Farm Project.
Solar Pile International is proud to announce that delivery of 63,715 W-Series, H-Beam piles for the 175 MW Finley Solar Farm has successfully been completed five days ahead of schedule. A total of 122 truck loads of piles were manufactured, shipped, and delivered on site between October, 2018 and April, 2019.
All piles are de-containerised at port, checked, loaded, and repacked onto flatbed trucks for easy unloading on site. Packs are colour coded for clear and safe identification to ensure the right sizes are allocated to the correct location on site. Additionally, each delivery to site is accompanied by full QA documentation.
The 1,000 acre Finley Solar Farm was developed by ESCO Pacific through to financial close, now wholly owned by John Laing, a leading investor in renewable energy projects in Australia. The farm features an approximate 500,000 modules that produce enough electricity to power 59,000 NSW homes and remove 400,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions from the environment annually.
The Finley Solar Farm has been a tremendously smooth and thorough project to work on. We thank the entire team at Signal Energy for their stellar effort throughout our portion of the project and we greatly appreciate the opportunity to have provided the foundations for such an extraordinary renewable energy source.
Final delivery of beams to Finley Solar Farm site by Solar Pile International.
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Written by Solar Pile International.