Why Australia's largest airport by landmass made the solar switch early
Having installed solar panels as early as 2009, Alice Springs Airport is on track to exceed its 50% by 2030 renewable energy target.
And combined with improved energy efficiency, General Manager Dave Batic says the airport - which is the largest in Australia by landmass - has slashed its power bills.
Next up on their masterplan? More electric vehicle charging stations.
From large-scale solar farms to family-owned local solar installers, the Northern Territory's solar industry is generating jobs, boosting the local economy and supplying Territorian businesses and households with local and affordable power. Learn about the incredible Territorians driving the solar transition in our series: Solar stories from the Territory.