Australia-to-Singapore solar power project clears another hurdle

SINGAPORE, March 28 (Bloomberg): The Sun Cable project to export solar power from Australia’s Outback to Singapore has won new government backing that’ll help accelerate approvals.

Legislation being introduced by the Northern Territory government will streamline some processes and help developers to secure project financing, according to the region’s Chief Minister Michael Gunner.

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