From the ABC.
Adelaide’s Central Market is the latest of eight new solar-powered sites around the city.
The $60 million project has been funded by the Federal Government and a consortium of companies led by Origin Energy.
Program manager Dario De Bortoli says the 300 solar panels will generate about 70,000 kilowatt hours of energy per year for the stalls at the market.
“It’s an opportunity for us to showcase the technology of solar power and the flexibility of the use solar power at a site that is historically important,” he said.