Comunicati stampa Bungala Solar PV Project
27 Agosto 2018 - Aggiornamenti Progresso Bungala Solar Two
HV connections at Switch Rm taking place.
Power Stations Installed in feeder 1.
Trackers installation in Feeder 3.
HV Trench in Feeder 3 progressing.
Trackers and HV Trench in Feeder 2 progressing.
16 Agosto 2018 - Aggiornamenti Progresso Bungala Solar Two
HV cable being installed in BG2 Switch Room.
Tracker installation progressing well.
PV panel installation progressing.
Cable tray installation in progress.
16 Agosto 2018 - Aggiornamenti Progresso Bungala Solar One
Bungala #1 291000 ltr Fire Water Storage tank next to the O&M Building is in progress
Bungala #1 Warehouse Foundation is nearing completion, cementing should be tomorrowouse
Bungala #1 Field Fire Water Tanks foundations getting prepared
Bungala #1 CCTV work continues, earthing grids in progress around site on Bungala #1
28 giugno 2018 - Aggiornamenti Bungala Solar PV Project
On June, 27th the Minister of Industry and Skills, David Pisoni, came to visit the Bungala Solar Farm expressing his fully support to the local employment program that Enel Green Power is implementing in partnership with the Government of South Australia, Bungala Aboriginal Corporation, Workskill and CEG.
“This project provides enormous opportunities for our local Aboriginal community, supporting skills development and providing long-term career outcomes. South Australia offers an ideal climate for renewable energy projects and we look forward to our ongoing relationship with Enel Green Power.” The Hon David Pisoni MP, Minister for Industry and Skills
CEG and workskill are performing in the selection process in collaboration with Workskill in these days.
25 giugno 2018 - Aggiornamenti Bungala Solar PV Project
On June, 27th, the Ministry of Industry and Skills of the Government of South Australia will come to visit the Solar Farm, with a delegation of Enel Green Power. The visit will be the occasion to show him the progress of the construction activities of the solar farm and to describe the local employment project that will invole 70 Aboriginal People, that will be trained thanks to a partnership with the Minisktry of Industry and Skills.
25 giugno 2018 - Aggiornamenti Progresso Bungala Solar Two
Deliveries up to now
479 containers of Trackers and piles
212 containers of PV solar panels
19 Power Stations
10 containers of combiner boxes
9 containers of cable ladders
28 containers of electrical cable
1 container of Fibre optic cable.
Solar trackers being installed
21 giugno 2018 - Aggiornamenti Bungala Solar PV Project
The Board of BAC (Bungala Aboriginal Corporation), with the CEO, Mr. Robert Laundy and some representative people from the Government of South Australia and from the Port Augusta City Council, have visited the Bungala Solar Farm with a delegation of Enel Green Power. During the visit, they have visited the stage 1 and the stage 2.
15 giugno 2018 - Aggiornamenti Bungala Solar PV Project
In collaboration with the plant contractor, BAC and the Minister of Industry and Skills of the Government of South Australia, EGP is implementing a local employment project finalized to provide with a professional training around 70 Aboriginal people that will start to work in the Bungala Solar Farm. BAC and CEG, in collaboration with the plant contractor, will start the selection process in the next weeks.
31 Maggio 2018 - Aggiornamenti Progresso Bungala Solar Two
Concrete being poured for Power Station 62 in Feeder 2
Pile installation progressing well utilising 7 Pile drivers.
Solar Panel Trackers being installed in Feeder 1
Switch room installation progressing well.
High Voltage trenching For Feeder 1 nearing completion.
25 Maggio 2018 - Aggiornamenti Progresso Bungala Solar Two
Avoiding the use of trucks and reducing the problem of the dust, freight train arrived at Bungala overnight with approx. 20 Power Stations.
Pile installation progressing well utilising 8 Pile drivers.
Switch room installation progressing well.
High Voltage trenching started today 24/05/2018
Australia, nuova terra promessa delle rinnovabili
La vastità dei territori, perlopiù disabitati, e la ricchezza di risorse naturali rendono la “Terra dei canguri” il paese ideale nel quale poter sperimentare un sistema energetico alternativo.