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hyperion is one of the world’s leading solar energy suppliers.
It has been one of Australia’s biggest and most successful companies, with over 20,000 employees in 14 countries.
We had a very, very good year for hyperion, with record-breaking revenue and record-high net profit.
It was one of our top five companies, and we had an excellent first quarter.
We’ve been working on the next phase of hyperion Solar Energy Australia’s strategic plan for the last three years.
We’re looking to ramp up the supply chain and invest in new infrastructure, including solar energy plants and other solar power projects, to help meet demand growth.
In January 2018, hyperion’s CEO, Neil MacGregor, said he was looking to scale the company’s business in 2018 to a level where it could deliver over 80 megawatts of solar energy per annum.
Hyperion Solar has more than 700,000 solar installations in Australia and a presence in 14 other countries.
It employs over 3,000 people in its solar energy business.
In the past year, the company has signed contracts to supply power to Queensland’s LNP government, and has completed more than 500 megawatts’ worth of solar projects.
In 2018, we have had the opportunity to invest $5.7 billion in our solar energy program.
The first phase of this $5 billion program will support the development of hyperions advanced technology and provide access to a more stable, more predictable and cost-effective source of electricity.
The company also recently signed an agreement to invest around $500 million into its solar power business, which will include a 1.3 megawatt PV project, in Queensland.
Solar power generation is a key component of Australia s energy mix, accounting for around 12 per cent of the total power generated in 2018, according to the Australian Energy Market Operator.
The company has also signed a contract with a number of other large energy producers, including Ivanpah, Ivanpoo, and Origin Energy, to build a $4.5 billion project in Queensland’s Galilee Basin.
There are a number other projects in the pipeline, including a $1 billion, 30 megawad solar project at Lake Eyre in South Australia, which was expected to begin construction in 2021.
Over the next five years, the government will look to expand hyperion to supply more than a quarter of Australias electricity needs.