Providence adds Victoria to plans for hydrogen storage to power regional communities

Victoria is the latest Australian state to benefit from an ambitious solar farm roll-out with advanced hybrid storage technology by Providence Asset Group.

The news follows last month’s announcement of plans for 28 solar farms across New South Wales, incorporating groundbreaking hydrogen storage technology that will be a first for Australian solar projects.

A leading Australian Environmental, Social and Governance investor in renewable and clean energy projects, Providence has announced it is extending its footprint into regional Victoria with an initial five solar farms that are already operational and a further six farms now under construction.

The Providence-owned farms at Katamatite, Numurkah, Echuca West, Echuca and Stanhope are an exciting addition to Providence’s growing portfolio of regional, community-based solar projects, now the largest of any renewable energy investment company in Australia.

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