Commercial Solar Farms

Solar Farms are sometimes referred as Photovoltaic Power Stations, typically large-scale ground-mounted solar installations (generally megawatts) as opposed to standard roof-mounted solar panels (kilowatts). They also contrast in their size, purpose and location. Solar Farms, Solar Ranches or Solar Parks are large Utility-Scale Solar usually designed for heavy energy usages such as industries or to sell energy into the grid or an electricity retailer.

With escalating electricity costs and affordable Solar solutions available quite effortlessly, the number of solar installations in Australia has increased remarkably.

An example for such is Solar gardens, a collection of solar panels situated off-site that provide an opportunity to are either own or lease the panels by its consumers. They provide access to solar for users that have space restrictions or other constraints on their own roofs. While these are mostly created for a collection of residents or small-scale industries, the size of Solar farms begins at 500 kilowatts and has no upper limit. Solar systems over 100 kW in capacity are eligible to create large-scale generation certificates (LGCs), which provide an ongoing revenue stream for the owner/investors.

Solar farming is a lucrative investment for large energy users, particularly where the land is of negligible merit. It provides the possibility to develop and elevate the value of land. Solar farms are best suited when users are located nearby or on site

Lands best suited for solar farm development:

  • Located in close proximity to an electrical substation.
  • Have at least 20 years availability.
  • Have a fairly flat land with minimal slope.
  • Area of the land to be at least 2-3 hectares for 1 Megawatt.
  • Have no shading from vegetation.

You will consume the energy yourself. If you have heavy daytime electricity usage.

You will sell the energy into the grid. If your solar farm is located near any grids, electricity could be sold on the open market. As wholesale electricity markets can be volatile and unpredictable, this could be risky option

You will sell the energy to a large consumer. You will have an agreement with a large energy consumer or electricity retailer to purchase the energy that your solar farm produces at a predetermined rate.

Quality control –

  • safety requirements,
  • construction standards,
  • performance standards,
  • reliability and durability standards.

    It is important to consider the safety requirements, construction, performance, reliability and durability standards when deciding on Power Stations. Power degradation and warranty provided by the manufacturer should include testing records for the module’s degradation.

Target Solar manages Solar tenders for numerous projects and clients across Australia. We have experienced in-house engineers and professional teams that facilitate our clients’ needs in accordance with their budgets and financial constraints. We offer Finance through our partner companies such as Multipli to clients who meet the eligibility criteria.


Bringing in cleaner technology, Solar farms are an investment in the future that is designed to escalate the electricity cost and provide more profit to the landowners. Also known as the Photovoltaic Power Stations, these are typically large-scale ground-mounted solar installations (generally megawatts), designed for heavy energy usage and supply power to the national electricity grid.

Solar Farms delivers a win-win situation for everyone!

Solar farming is a lucrative business investment that offers the landowners achieve more profit out of unused land, provides better utility rates to the residents as well as helps in utilizing the energy generated.


Why choose Target solar to develop A Solar Farm On Your Land?

  • Get ready to dive into a solar farm business with Target solar!

    • Holding decades of experience in managing numerous successful projects catering to client’s needs
    • In-house experienced engineers and professionals offering you professional consultancy and management advice 
    • Devising a plan taking care of your financial constraints and budgets.
    • Checking the eligibility criteria of the clients and offering hassle-free financial solutions 

Installation of Solar Farms

Solar Farm

Construction: A series of mounting frames are installed by driving piles or poles into the soil. The frames are attached to these piles and finally the Solar panels are installed on these mounting frames.

Grid connection and commissioning:

In the final stage of construction, the central substation is connected to the external energy transmission grid. This is typically via the 132 KV (or higher) high-voltage grid. Quality and safety checks are undertaken before commissioning.

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