Frequently Asked Questions

With over 100 solar farms having been developed by Redmud since 2016, we have the experience and understanding required to successfully assess the viability of a potential site for a Redmud Green Energy solar farm.

The below Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) should provide you the information you require to make an informed decision about whether a Redmud Green Energy solar farm is the right fit for your business. Should you require further insight or have any other questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
How much land am I able to lease?
Redmud builds ‘sub-utility’ solar farms up to 5MW, which generally do not take up more than 25 acres of land. We always aim for the maximum capacity available at each site, however, sometimes this will be reduced due to SA Power Networks planning constraints. The final area will always be determined with the landowner before the Lease is executed.
What site preparation is involved?
Site preparation for solar farms generally involves slashing and rolling, although limited areas of a solar farm do need to be cleared, such as around equipment or temporary construction facilities. Often councils may condition that cleared areas be re-seeded upon completion.  Redmud always aim to keep surfaces natural and undisturbed where possible, minimising dust and allowing the land to remain intact.
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Riverland Office

Lot 41 Sturt Highway,
Paringa, SA, 5340

Adelaide Office

15A Rundle Street,
Kent Town, SA, 5067

Postal Address

PO Box 677,
Renmark, SA, 5341
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