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About Sun Cable

Sun Cable develops utility-scale solar energy projects. The company specializes in building systems and infrastructure to provide renewable electricity. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Singapore.

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61 Robinson Road #09-04


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Latest Sun Cable News

Wind players said to eye role in $20bn plan to pipe solar power from Australia to Singapore

Jun 5, 2023

Turbine developers reportedly in talks with billionaire's partners over Sun Cable mega-project 5 June 2023 7:31 GMT Updated  5 June 2023 7:31 GMT Wind could play a part in one of the world’s most ambitious green energy plans, the A$30bn ($20bn) Sun Cable plan to pipe massive amounts of solar power from Australia to Singapore, according to reports. Sun Cable shot back onto the agenda after a consortium between billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes and infrastructure investor Quinbrook struck an agreement to buy the project company, which had been in voluntary administration since early this year. The original Sun Cable plan aimed to export power to Singapore from up to 20GW of PV in Australia’s Northern Territory via a 4,200km HVDC cable, but Quinbrook is now in discussions with wind developers over how they could potentially get involved, reported the Sydney Morning Herald, citing unnamed sources familiar with the talks. The potential investors concerned are said to include Australian and foreign renewable energy developers. As well as the massive generation capacity, Sun Cable has outlined plans to back up its output with what was billed as the world’s largest battery array at 36-42GWh. Diversifying Sun Cable’s generation by adding turbines to the equation would fit the pattern of other green power mega-projects such as the BP-led Australian Renewable Energy Hub, which is looking to build up to 26GW of wind and solar to power green hydrogen production. Software tycoon Cannon-Brookes and Quinbrook will take control at Sun Cable after it earlier became stalled amid a disagreement over strategy involving its other initial billionaire backer, Andrew Forrest, who reportedly wanted it to remain a domestic project and had doubts over the viability of the cable element. Administrator FTI Consulting said the Cannon-Brookes-backed buyer plans to progress the Australia-Asia power link to final investment decision, with stage 1 of the project delivering 1.8GW to Singapore and 900MW to Darwin, Australia. Sun Cable's original plan Photo: Sun Corp Recharge is part of DN Media Group. To read more about DN Media Group, click here Your data on Recharge Recharge is part of DN Media Group AS. From November 1st DN Media Group is responsible for controlling your data on Recharge. We use your data to ensure you have a secure and enjoyable user experience when visiting our site. You can read more about how we handle your information in our privacy policy . About DN Media Group DN Media Group is the leading news provider in the shipping, seafood, and energy industries, with a number of English- and Norwegian-language news publications across a variety of sectors. Read more about DN Media Group here . OK, I understand Privacy and cookies Recharge is part of NHST Global Publications AS and we are responsible for the data that you register with us, and the data we collect when you visit our websites. We use cookies in a variety of ways to improve your experience, such as keeping NHST websites reliable and secure, personalising content and ads and to analyse how our sites are being used. For more information and how to manage your privacy settings, please refer to our privacy and cookie policies.

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    Sun Cable was founded in 2018.

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