News and Events


Invitation For Supplier Info Event

March 12, 2021

Beon Energy Solutions, invites Businesses in Armidale and surrounding areas to come and learn about the opportunities available to become a supplier to the Metz Solar Farm, commencing construction in April 2021. The project is seeking suppliers of a range of services from fencing, electrical & plumbing services, construction and waste management to  mechanical support, […]

Students visit Moree Solar Farm

January 16, 2020

Last month, Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) organized an educational tour in Moree Solar Farm.  Students from the Moree Secondary College in New South Wales, Australia were invited to learn about the effects of global warming and see how a solar energy plant works. The objective was to educate young people by raising awareness on the […]

FRV’s Lilyvale solar plant up and running in Australia

May 22, 2019

Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), part of Abdul Latif Jameel Energy and a global leader in the development of renewable energy projects, has announced that the Lilyvale solar plant (100 MW ac) in Queensland, Australia, began production last month. The project, started producing its first Kwh of energy on March 9th and is expected to reach […]

Ravenswood Solar Farm – Frequently Asked Questions

May 8, 2018

Below are some key questions regarding the development of the Ravenswood Solar Farm.  Have a question but can’t see it here?  Send us an email using the Contact Us form and we will see what we can do to assist. What are you proposing? The 63 MW AC Ravenswood Solar Farm will feature the latest […]

FRV Updates


Moree Solar Farm began operations in 2016 and was the first large-scale solar project in Australia to use a single-axis tracking system.


Lilyvale Solar Farm near Emerald, Queensland (100MW)

Financial close of the Lilyvale Solar Farm was achieved during September 2017 with operations expected to commence in 2018. The project will benefit from a PPA with Ergon Energy, the QLD-government owned retailer, part of the Energy Queensland group, who will purchase 100% of the electricity generated by the project.