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Our
Projects

Our projects are chosen to deliver maximum output ensuring efficiency and sustainability. Through vertically integrated solutions, we seamlessly navigate the intricacies of the energy landscape, driving innovation and pushing boundaries. Our commitment to simplicity doesn't just streamline operations; it sets the stage for a greener, more resilient future where high-yield energy projects are both accessible and impactful on a global scale.

Lusaka Wind Farm

Squarelip is developing the 130 MW Squarelip One Wind Farm project. The project is designed to be delivered in two phases: 40 MW in Phase I and 90 MW in Phase II. Committed to harnessing the power of the wind, Squarelip One Wind Farm will contribute to addressing power supply challenges in Zambia and set a precedent for environmentally responsible practices.

Technology: On-Shore Wind Energy

Status: Pre-Feasibility Study

Image by Karsten Würth

Corio BESS

Squarelip is developing the 200 MW / 400 MWh battery energy storage system (BESS) in Corio, Victoria, Australia. Designed to connect to the National Electricity Market (NEM), our facility is not just a powerhouse; it's a dynamic solution for energy shifting and system stability services. At the heart of Australia's energy evolution, we're committed to delivering reliable, sustainable power that transforms the way we harness and distribute energy for a brighter tomorrow.

Technology: Battery Energy Storage System

Status: Pre-Feasibilty

modern battery energy storage system with wind turbines and solar panel power plants in ba

Phan Rang Wind Farm

The Phan Rang Wind Farm is poised to be a trailblazer in the dynamic landscape of Vietnam's energy market. Nestled amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Vietnam, our proposed wind farm is not just a collection of turbines; it's a symbol of progress and environmental stewardship. Anticipated to be a cornerstone in Vietnam's energy transformation, the Phan Rang Wind Farm harnesses the power of nature to generate clean, renewable energy.

Wind Turbines in the Mountains
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