By Tristan Edis
While the company has been of the leading developers of utility-scale renewable energy projects in Australia, Grant himself has spent almost half of his time as chief executive based in South America, managing hydro projects in Chile and wind farms in Brazil.
While those companies’ level of enthusiasm for renewable energy has come and gone, Pacific Hydro has remained a permanent and fully committed participant to growing renewable energy in Australia’s electricity supply – and is one of the very few pure-play Australian utility-scale renewable energy companies.
Initially, it was focused on smaller hydro projects but this was followed by expansion into wind, with PacHydro becoming the first private-sector company to develop a utility-scale wind farm in Australia – the 18 megawatt Codrington project in western Victoria.
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