The whirlwind of global financial uncertainty triggered by coronavirus will not delay the ambitious multibillion-dollar Sun Cable project to supply electricity to Darwin and Singapore according to Atlassian billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes (pictured). Report by MARK J SMITH.
The world's biggest solar array planned in The Centre Central could launch Australia as a energy superpower, but China is lurking in the background. EXCLUSIVE by MARK J SMITH who spoke with former diplomat, major energy project and China business expert, Dr John Saunders (pictured).
With 30% of the world’s known uranium reserves – many of them in The Centre – and as the third largest uranium producer, Australia will be critical to helping the world meet its need for electricity while also reducing emissions, says Tania Constable (pictured), CEO, Minerals Council of Australia. At the same time, the company Sun Cable is gearing up for a $2bn solar farm project near Tennant Creek, transmitting to Singapore 15% of that country's electricity demand, all created by what the NT has in abundance: Land and sunshine.