For more than 100 years, Molycop has been a market leader in manufacturing and supplying high-quality products and services for mining operations worldwide.
Throughout its history, commitment to sustainability has been at the fore of Molycop’s operations. And in recent weeks, it has solidified this commitment by entering into a Virtual Generation Agreement (VGA) with Flow Power.
Now, thanks to this partnership, Molycop will become one of Australia’s largest buyers of renewable energy.
Molycop will power its operations with a combination of renewable energy from Bomen Solar Farm and Sapphire Wind Farm. This unique hybrid of both wind and solar offtakes, as well as access to the ARENA Demand Response drove Molycop’s choice to partner with Flow Power.
From a sustainability standpoint, Molycop is not only supporting two important renewable energy projects, but we are further enhancing our credentials as a responsible and sustainable organisation”, says President of Molycop Australasia Michael Parker.
Now, with this new agreement, Molycop are looking forward to leading by example and inspiring other Australian businesses to join them in taking advantage of low-cost renewable power.