Gentari Chief Renewables Officer Kian Min Low says Australia offers “a number” of positives for renewable energy generation.
Petronas’ Gentari aims to produce more than five gigawatts of renewable electricity in Australia by 2030.
“The resources on solar is huge, plenty of land obviously available, the wind resources also very good, battery developments are also possible,” he told Englishheadline Australia.
“Obviously, Australia has got significant mineral deposits for battery developments.
“But it’s also a country where there is open access and very open in terms of investments.”