Premier welcomes China/Vic solar tech deal, strong state policies will create more jobs

Heard CEO of Raygen on ABC RN lately, adamant that manufacturing would say in Australia, even for products destined for China.

Premier Daniel Andrews has welcomed a Victoria/China solar technology partnership during a trade mission to China that will create 200 jobs in the state.

Friends of the Earth say the announcement is good news for renewable energy jobs in Victoria, and reaffirm the need for strong state government policies to grow the renewable energy sector.

Technology company RayGen Resources Pty Ltd, based in Blackburn in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, will partner with Chinese company JuYe Solar.

RayGen will build receivers for concentrated solar photovoltaic (CSPV) systems that will be deployed in China–creating jobs in engineering, manufacturing, and research.

“Chinese investment in Victorian businesses is helping to create jobs in our state,” said Premier Daniel Andrews.

“This landmark agreement brings 200 new jobs to Victoria in engineering, research and development, and high-tech manufacturing.”

Friends of the Earth welcome the agreement between Chinese and Victorian renewable energy technology companies.

“China’s renewable energy sector is booming…

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