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Recent Listings
  • Axedale Solar Farm

    UPC\AC Renewables Australia announces development of the Axedale Solar Farm with 160MW of solar PV and 50MWh of battery storage.

    (01/03/2020 07:50PM)

  • Vacy Solar Farm

    Rio Indygen is proposing to build a 25MW solar farm near Vacy in the New South Wales Hunter region.

    (24/06/2019 03:53PM)

  • Chichester (Pilbara) Solar Farm

    Alinta Energy is planning to construct a 60MW solar farm near the Christmas Creek iron ore mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

    (24/06/2019 03:39PM)

  • Quorn Park Solar Farm

    Renewable Energy Developments Pty Ltd is proposing to build a 160MW solar farm near Parkes in the central west of New South Wales.

    (24/06/2019 02:55PM)

  • MacAnzac Project

    AgriWaste Pty Ltd is proposing to develop a 100MW agricultural waste energy generating plant near Coleambally in the New South Wales Riverina.

    (24/06/2019 02:40PM)

Walkaway Wind Farm

Walkaway Wind Farm (formerly known as the Alinta Wind Farm) is a wind power station at Walkaway, just south of Geraldton, Western Australia.

The Walkaway wind farm is Western Australia's largest renewable energy project and provides 90 megawatts of power into the grid that supplies Perth and the south west. The wind farm has 54 wind turbines.

Each year the wind farm generates energy that would normally produce 400,000 tonnes of greenhouse gases.

Electricity produced by the wind farm is purchased mainly by AGL.

Company: Infigen Energy Pty Ltd

Capacity (MW): 90

Status: Operating

Start Year: 2005

Technology: Wind turbine

Fuel: Wind

No. of Turbines: 54

Estimated Output: 222 GWhr p.a.

Source of Information: Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population & Communities web site (September 2011) and Wikipedia (September 2011)


  • Allanooka Springs Road
    Walkaway, Western Australia 6528

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