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Longreach Solar Farm

Located outside of the QLD town of Longreach, Canadian Solar is the developer of Longreach Solar Farm. This 17.4 MW solar photovoltaic project is comprised of 51,330 Canadian Solar MaxPower CS6U-335/340M panels, began commercial operation in May 2018. Throughout the planning and development stages Canadian Solar committed to in depth community engagement; hosting multiple community consultation events to provide information, hear and address concerns, and to offer employment and partnership opportunities to the local community. This commitment to meaningful engagement allows the local community to benefit more fully from the solar project. This project will have additional flow-on benefits as solar energy continues to grow in regional Australia, particularly as the QLD government strives to meet its renewable energy target of 50% renewable energy by 2030. The experience gained during the development of the Longreach solar project will allow those involved to be instrumental in the continual growth of this industry in the region. Longreach Solar Farm has also been beneficial to land owner and grazier James Walker, who became involved in the project to diversify his operations during the drought, providing an alternate income source that can help protect farmers against the unpredictability of climate change. Longreach Solar Farm will have an annual system output of 39,960 MWdc, which will save 22,000kg of CO2 emissions annually. The multiple opportunities and benefits that the Longreach Solar Farm presents to the local and broader communities is part of Canadian Solar’s ongoing commitment to making the difference.