Australia’s first dual-axis solar tracker to power electric vehicles on Kangaroo Island off the South Australian coast will produce more than 100 Mw of electricity a year. Built by solar-power-equipment supplier Ingenero, the A$500,000 ($452,000) system will produce enough solar power to handle the 1,701-sq.-mile (4,405 sq.-km) island’s EV requirement and offset 100% of the airport’s electricity use. The island is a major tourist attraction and also is linked to the ...

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