Alectown Wind Farm is a 120 MW wind farm proposed by Neoen in the Alectown and Peak Hill area in New South Wales.
The electricity generated will be supplied directly into the national electricity grid through a proposed connection into the 132 kV Parkes to Wellington transmission line.
Wind turbines are tall structures that can capture stronger winds at higher altitudes. Turbines are generally 150-270m in height.
The Alectown Wind Farm will be located approximately 7.8 km east of Alectown, 7.3 km south-east of Trewilga, 22 km north-east of Parkes and 15 km south east of Peak Hill, within the Parkes Local Government Area (LGA). The Proposal also borders the Cabonne LGA.
The project will be located on six freehold landholdings adjacent to the Goobang National Park. The turbines will be installed on the tops of the ridges on these freehold properties, which comprise of sections of Hervey Ranges, Curumbenya Ranges and Crokers Range.
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Annual income paid to local land owners plus up to 5 ongoing jobs
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378,000 MWh of renewable energy per year
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Neoen has been contributing to Australia’s energy transition with 100% renewable energy since 2012.
With a balanced portfolio of wind, solar and big battery projects, we are aiming to achieve 10 GW by 2030. We own and operate all of the projects we build (rather than developing them to be sold) and as long-term neighbours we are committed to sharing the benefits with surrounding communities.
This dedication to community and environment has made us a renewable energy developer of choice in Australia.