Hills of Gold Energy
Wind Energy Partners Pty Ltd propose a wind farm located 8km south of Nundle, a historic gold mining town, 50km south of Tamworth. The planned wind farm is being developed by an Australian owned developer of renewable energy projects. The team has more than 20 years of experience in the Australian renewable energy industry and has successfully developed several wind and solar farms in Australia.
Hills of Gold Energy is expected to have a power output of up to 400MW depending on the final design and subject to project approvals in accordance with the NSW Department of Planning and Environment and in consultation with the community. The project will provide regional jobs and economic benefits for communities in and around Nundle, Hanging Rock and Crawney while producing enough electricity for approximately 170,000 typical homes on an average day.
Wind Energy Partners intend to begin the planning process through NSW Government Department of Planning and Environment in 2018. The vision is to support the ongoing replacement of ageing coal fired generation in New South Wales subject to planning approvals and construction.
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