A solar farm in Australia. Sun Cable announced this week it had entered voluntary administration following “the absence of alignment” with shareholders. Photo: Shutterstock
A solar farm in Australia. Sun Cable announced this week it had entered voluntary administration following “the absence of alignment” with shareholders. Photo: Shutterstock
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Bruce Mountain

Sun Cable collapse a setback but not the end of Australia’s renewable energy export prospects

  • Solar power project aimed to link Australia and Singapore through over 4,000km long undersea cable, to provide up to 15 per cent of city state’s electricity by 2030
  • Developments show Australia still can attract enterprising and ambitious developers to exploit natural resources in a discovery process likely to benefit everyone

A solar farm in Australia. Sun Cable announced this week it had entered voluntary administration following “the absence of alignment” with shareholders. Photo: Shutterstock
A solar farm in Australia. Sun Cable announced this week it had entered voluntary administration following “the absence of alignment” with shareholders. Photo: Shutterstock
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