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Japanese energy company ENEOS’ commitment to realising a carbon neutral society recently grew stronger through the commissioning of its first solar farm in Queensland.
Located approximately 300km west of Brisbane, the 204MW Edenvale Solar Farm is jointly owned with fellow Japanese company Sojitz.
ENEOS Executive Regional Officer for Australia and Managing Director of ENEOS Australia Masahiro Echigoya said Queensland was an ideal location for ENEOS to develop renewable energy projects.
“Queensland has vast land resources, abundant clean, renewable energy sources, and well-advanced infrastructure assets such as rail, ports, and its power grid.
“ENEOS is very proud to work closely with the Queensland Government and our business partners in the coming years.”
In Brisbane, ENEOS is also undertaking a feasibility study with AMPOL to develop a sustainable aviation fuel plant, and has opened a mid-sized demonstration plant utilising their patented electrolysis technology – Direct MCH – to export hydrogen in the form of methylcyclohexane to Japan.
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