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B2B Sales & Business Development Consultant ZACH KALLERGIS

I provide Strategic Advice & Implementation services for the B2B Solar sector helping Brands identify new exciting Business Opportunities approaching each of my clients with fresh eyes to...

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The gargantuan 10-gigawatt array – spread out across some 20,000 football fields' worth of photovoltaic panels – might be situated close to the heart of the Australian outback, but the energy reaped from the plant will ultimately be transported far, far away from the sunburnt country.

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Matt Chester on Nov 19, 2020

This will be a great testbed of a project-- I hope it has great success so similar flexibility in where clean energy is generated vs. consumed can be built into other regional grids!

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