Petratherm plans clean energy precinct
Adelaide-based and ASX-listed geothermal developer Petratherm says it plans a 600 megawatt “clean energy precinct” around the location of its Paralana geothermal joint venture in the South Australian outback.
Petratherm said it will invest $1.5 million in the precinct, which would include gas, wind and solar generation capacity.
At a later stage the company says it will add a geothermal connection.
The precinct is designed to produce power for the significant mining operations which are expected to be developed in the area in the next five years, the companys said.
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