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Construction starts at Andrew Forrest-backed $3 billion renewable energy precinct

Construction starts at Andrew Forrest-backed $3 billion renewable energy precinct

Construction has commenced at what could become Australia’s largest renewable energy project, with works starting on the first stage of the $3 billion, Andrew Forrest-backed, Clarke Creek renewable energy precinct.

On Wednesday, a ground-breaking ceremony formally launched construction for the 450MW first stage, which will involve the construction of 100 wind turbines, and is on track to become Queensland’s second largest wind farm.

The project is being developed by Andrew Forrest’s Squadron Energy venture and will supply around three-quarters of its output to the Queensland…

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