Gentari Chief Renewables Officer Kian Min Low says Australia is an “interesting market” for renewable energy.
The Malaysian clean energy company aims to generate over five gigawatts of renewable electricity in Australia by 2030.
“At the moment now we’ve got operations in Queensland and in Victoria, I think they are quite a large one in Australia with 100 megawatts, and that’s our largest project today,” he told Englishheadline Australia.
“We’d like to see if we can build out some of those and install some battery capacities behind some of these solar farms that we’ve got.
“We would like to see what we can do to try and help Australia in the energy transition journey.”