News and Events


FRV signs a MoU with Hexagon across potential hydrogen collaborations in Australia

May 24, 2022

Hexagon Energy Materials Limited (ASX:HXG, “Hexagon” or “the Company”) has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with well-established, large scale, renewable energy company, FRV Services Australia Pty Ltd (FRV Australia). This MoU covers a collaboration for a potential clean hydrogen hub at Middle Arm, Darwin in the Northern Territory;  a new potential North Western […]

FRV awarded support for its fifth solar project in Australia

September 12, 2018

85 MW AC Winton Solar Farm, will produce enough energy to supply approximately 50,000 homes, while avoiding the annual emission of around 150,000 tons of CO2 This project will bring the total value of FRV’s solar investments in the Australian renewable energy sector to around A$850 million Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), a leading global developer […]

Caring for The Community

August 12, 2017

Community engagement is an important part of our planning approach as it allows us to understand stakeholders’ views and expectations. Community engagement is underway and will be ongoing as the development of Winton Solar Farm progresses.

FRV Updates

Bernard Briggs Pre-school is expected to save around $1500 a year on electricity, thanks to some newly installed solar panels.

Benalla Hockey Club and Glenrowan Primary School have been hard at work upgrading sports equipment and school facilities. Both have been recipients of the recent Community Grants Program, with funding allocated to support community lead initiatives.


Moree Solar Farm began operations in 2016 and was the first large-scale solar project in Australia to use a single-axis tracking system.


Lilyvale Solar Farm near Emerald, Queensland (100MW)

Financial close of the Lilyvale Solar Farm was achieved during September 2017 with operations expected to commence in 2018. The project will benefit from a PPA with Ergon Energy, the QLD-government owned retailer, part of the Energy Queensland group, who will purchase 100% of the electricity generated by the project.