Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park, one of the biggest wind and solar hybrid projects in Australia, has been reached out for help in this effort
Woolworths, one of the largest supermarket chains in Australia, has recently made an announcement that it will soon be transitioning its stores to 100 percent green energy. For this effort, one state has been selected, and a trial run will be done there to make sure that the chain becomes fully green by 2025. The retailer has recently announced that from July this year, the company will be flipping the switch to go carbon neutral in the South Australia region.
Brad Banducci, CEO of Woolworths, has stated that the first step in their effort is a state-wide transition, and then they will be moving to cover other stores across the nation and reach the goal by 2025. He furthermore added that he received immense help from South Australia for the renewable energy transition effort, and they have combined several energy sources like wind, batteries, and solar to boost their overall efforts and make a giant leap towards their mission to be powered entirely by green energy 2025. Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park, one of the biggest wind and solar hybrid projects in Australia, has been reached out for help in this effort. The company has more than 250k solar panels and 50 wind turbines in the Southern Hemisphere.