Environmental approval has been granted for a proposed large-scale wind and solar renewable energy project, comprising a series of onshore linear arrays of wind turbines and solar panels, and a transmission cable corridor to the coast.
One of Australia’s most successful wind farm developers is set to break into the Tasmanian market with a massive wind farm development that is set to bolster the renewable energy construction industry and provide supplier and contractor opportunities to the local community.
It’s full steam ahead for Australia’s first offshore wind farm estimated to have an end cost of around $10 billion, and the proponents has taken Projectory through the latest milestone, the narrowing down to three potential easements for underground cables.
Proponents of Australia’s first offshore wind farm estimated to have an end cost of around $10 billion, have awarded a key contract, and the project’s director has taken Projectory through the latest developments and next steps.
The project director of a proposed $300 million wind farm project in the La Trobe Valley has updated Projectory on key changes to the original plan as the project enters the next phase, as well as how the local industry is going to benefit.
Projectory can reveal the leading supplier, EPC and operations and maintenance contractor to deliver Queensland a commercial grade wind farm after the project was given the green light by the state government.