A 300MW wind farm proposed for development in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley is one of two wind projects racing for a big Australian first – and the project director has filled Projectory in on the details.
A feasibility study is underway to test the viability of building Australia’s first offshore wind farm, and the director of the company behind the proposed project has told Projectory what this could mean to local contractors and suppliers.
A new purpose-built local renewable energy construction hub is about to start work on turbines for a $560 million wind farm in Victoria’s west, and the project director has told Projectory how contractors can get involved.
A Perth-based diversified engineering and construction contractor has been awarded a $72m contract to design and construct the civil and electrical balance of plant for a wind farm project near Eneabba 200km south of Geraldton.
A spokesperson for the engineering, procurement and construction contractor that will deliver Western Australia’s biggest wind farm by mid-2020 told Projectory there will definitely be opportunities for suppliers to participate in the project.