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Entura secures solar contract

Tasmanian power and water consulting firm, Entura, has been appointed Owner’s Engineer for two solar farms in Queensland. Canadian Solar, one of the world’s largest solar companies, will undertake the projects at Longreach (17MW) and Oakey (30 MW) following part-funding by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency. Construction is expected to start this month and commercial generation to be achieved in the first quarter of 2018. As Owner’s Engineer, Entura will review designs, documentation, calculations and reports produced by the engineering, procurement and construction contractors to ensure they are fit for purpose and in accordance with Australian standards and regulations.

1 May 2017, Edition 183

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