Energy

Lodestone says the sun will soon rise on its solar project

Ian Llewellyn
Wed, 08 Jun 2022

Lodestone says the sun will soon rise on its solar project
Lodestone says supply chain issues and capital raising have delayed its first of five farms. (Image: Lodestone)
Ian Llewellyn
Wed, 08 Jun 2022
Lodestone Energy has been hit by delays in its solar generation plans, but says it's confident it will now break ground on its first development this spring.Lodestone was one of the first in what has become a surge of announcements about plans for solar generation, but none has started construction, let alone produced electricity.Lodestone had originally hoped to be generating power by now.The company’s managing director Gary Holden says the company had planned to start construction on the first of its planned solar farms in Kaitaia b...

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