A whirlwind decision led South Australian sheep graziers Paul and Bill Stacey to end up with the world's largest battery being planned for their property.
|Sheep graziers Paul and Bill Stacey already have|
wind turbines on their land near Jamestown.
French company Neoen called them up on Tuesday afternoon and asked whether they wanted to house Tesla's lithium ion battery on their land near Jamestown in SA's mid-north.
Neoen owns the Hornsdale Wind Farm, with nine turbines located on the fifth generation farmers' 4,655-hectare station.
Read the ABC News story - “Tesla battery deal: Sheep graziers given one day to decide in favour of largest lithium ion battery.”