Campbells Forest Solar Farm is a utility-scale renewable energy project proudly proposed by South Energy, an emerging Australian company that specialises in solar farm facility development.
Located in Victoria’s Loddon Shire, Campbells Forest Solar Farm is expected to have an estimated network capacity of 200 megawatts, powering approximately 71,500 households with electricity generated from clean and sustainable solar energy.
Campbells Forest Solar Farm will help work towards a shared goal of a sustainable and green future by reducing carbon emissions and assisting in mitigating the risk of climate change. The project will also bring significant economic and social benefits to the region.
In response to the global environmental challenges imposed by climate change, South Energy is leading the way to a greener, more sustainable future with Campbells Forest Solar Farm.
Not only is solar energy inexhaustible, but it is also a cleaner alternative to traditional energy sources such as fossil fuels and coal, which produce significant amounts of greenhouse gas to the atmosphere and the environment. Through solar farming and sustainable development, Campbells Forest Solar Farm will help build a cleaner future for generations to come.