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Jul, 2018

Epho’s Brisbane Airport Solar Featured in the Courier Mail

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Epho’s massive solar installation at Brisbane Airport has been highlighted in an article on the front page of Brisbane’s Courier Mail. Solar panels are being installed at multiple sites across the airport, amongst them the largest commercial solar rooftops in Australia and the southern hemisphere. Air travellers arriving at Brisbane are likely to observe the large solar arrays on the roofs of the car parks, international and domestic terminals, Customs and Skygate. A ground-mount system is also being constructed. The complex project is being delivered by Epho Commercial Solar Energy, […]

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Apr, 2018

Construction Underway of Massive Solar Installation at Brisbane Airport – MEDIA RELEASE

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Construction is underway on a ground-breaking project, which will see Brisbane Airport have the largest rooftop solar panel installation at an Australian airport and the largest commercial rooftop solar system in the Southern Hemisphere. The 6MW system, consisting of about 22,000 panels spanning an area of 36,000 square metres or more than twice the size of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), is being installed across six sites at Brisbane Airport (BAC). The project is being delivered by Epho Commercial Solar Energy, an Australian commercial solar company specialising in serving Australian […]

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Sep, 2017

6MW Solar System Set to Slash BNE’s Energy Needs – MEDIA RELEASE

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Tuesday 19 September 2017:  Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) is investing in a major renewable energy Solar PV project capable of generating more than 9,315,000 kilowatt hours a year. The 6MW system, consisting of 22,000 panels spanning an area of 36,000 meters squared or more than twice the size of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), will be installed across six sites at Brisbane Airport (BNE). Brisbane Airport’s International Terminal alone will support 1.98MW with 7,133 panels covering more than 11,675 square metres, making it the largest single roof top solar panel […]

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