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Cohuna Solar Farm

Cohuna Solar Farm

The Project is located approximately 8 km south of the Cohuna Township, in the Shire of Gannawarra, within the State of Victoria, Australia.

The project

The Sun of Australia

Cohuna Solar Plant is a utility scale solar farm using highly efficient bi-facial photovoltaic (PV) modules, which can absorb light irradiance from both sides of the module and so are able to capture additional energy from light reflected from the ground.

The Cohuna Solar Farm was awarded, through a competitive tender process, a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement (VRET Support Agreement) with the State of Victoria, for energy and Large-Scale Generation Certificates of (LGCs). In this way, the Cohuna Solar Farm is directly contributing towards achieving the Victorian Government’s Victorian Renewable Energy Target (VRET) of 50 per cent by 2030.



Solar - Agrivoltaics


Energy production

77 GWh


Operational capacity

34 MW


Australian homes powered (annually)

Approximately 16,900 homes

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The Sustainable Construction Site Model at Cohuna Solar Farm

Construction of the Cohuna Solar Farm followed our Sustainable Construction Site model, a collection of best practices aimed at minimizing the impact of plant construction on the environment, waste, water and people. Starting from the conception and design phase, the focus for the site was to be sustainable, maximizing the potential environmental and social benefits for the construction site, and later the operating power plant.

  • Sustainable offices 100%

    Sustainable offices 100% Renewable energy used during construction, to power on-site offices.

  • Local investments 20

    Local investments 20 Million Australian dollars invested during the solar farm’s construction.

  • Skills 20%

    Skills 20% Workers on site received training and acquired new skills.

  • Training 15%

    Training 15% Workers on site undertaking a traineeship, apprenticeship, or cadetship.

Contact Us

For enquiries related to the project, please contact us via the feedback form or through the contact details listed below.

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Contact Information

General Enquiries

Local community and stakeholder enquiries

Giulia Scataglini, Community Engagement and Sustainability Officer – Enel Green Power Australia

Media enquiries

Sunny Rutherford, Head of Communication and Institutional Affairs – Enel Green Power Australia

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