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About the project

Subject to project approvals the proposed wind farm could include wind turbines as well as associated infrastructure including:

Wind turbines 
Following further consultation and a greater understanding of the proposed site and surrounding areas, there has been a revision from 97 to 65 wind turbine generators (WTGs) including towers, blades, and a generator housing. The turbine towers will be supported by underground concrete foundations. The turbine may include internal transformer and protection equipment or have this equipment co-located in a small housing next to the turbine base.

Access tracks
The construction of the wind farm will require the improvement of some local public roads and bridges leading up to the project site. Each turbine will be linked to project roads using gravel tracks. Each turbine location will also include a gravel area to support the cranes used to lift the turbine components.

Electrical cables
Turbines will be linked by an underground 33kV electrical cabling and fibre optic communications cabling.

A substation will collect the internal underground 33kV cables and step up the voltage to 330kV in order to transmit power to the national electricity market. The project will assess a range of connection options to determine the most suitable route.

Meteorological monitoring masts
Multiple lattice frame masts extending to the generator height will be constructed to enable monitoring of wind speed and direction

Ancillary facilities
A maintenance and storage shed will be constructed together with a site office and car parking facilities
Clean Energy Partners developed the project prior to ENGIE acquiring it in 2020 and continue to provide support to the project. 

Project Fact Sheets

Project Timeline

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