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Dandaragan (Yindin) Wind Farm

The Wind Prospect Group was planning to develop a wind farm at near Dandaragan about 150 kilometres north of Perth in Western Australia.

The Dandaragan Wind Farms was to consist of up to 151 turbines which would result in a maximum total installed capacity of 513 MW. It is to be located at two sites: the Waddi site, located approximately 12 kilometres north west of Dandaragan, would contain up to 57 wind turbines and the Yandin site, approximately 4 kilometres south of Dandaragan, would have up to 94 wind turbines.

Construction was expected to be completed by late 2014.

In October 2015, Tilt Renewables purchased the Waddi site. The remaining project was renamed the Yindin Wind Farm.

Company: Wind Prospect

Capacity (MW): 300

Status: Planned

Technology: Wind turbine

Fuel: Wind

No. of Turbines: 94

Source of Information: Wind Prospect Group web site (October 2011)


  • Catalby Road
    Dandaragan, Western Australia 6507