List of solar and wind energy projects that are operational or under construction in New South Wales, Australia

Last Modified: Mon Jun 01 2020 08:20:23 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 27
    Number of solar and wind energy projects that are operational in New South Wales.
  • 2,037.20 MW
    Combined generation capacity of projects that are operational.
  • 10
    Number of solar and wind energy projects that are under construction in New South Wales.
  • 1,867.8 MW
    Combined generation capacity of projects under construction.
  • 9.9 MW
    Tilt Renewables' Blayney Wind Farm at Lake Carcoar, south of Blayney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • 113 MW
    CWP Renewables' Boco Rock Wind Farm located around 10 km south west of Nimmitabel and 30 km north of Bombala.
  • 53 MW
    generation installed capacity of AGL Energy's Broken Hill Solar Farm located approximately 5 km south-west of Broken Hill Township in New South Wales, Australia.
  • 140 MW
    Infigen Energy's Capital Wind Farm (Phase I).
  • 4.8 MW
    Global Power Generation's Crookwell Wind Farm located in the NSW Southern Tablelands region approximately 14 km south-east of Crookwell township.
  • 30 MW
    Energy Developments' Cullerin Range Wind Farm located 30 km from Goulburn.
  • 10 MW
    generation capacity of Goldwind's Gullen Range Solar Farm built within the existing Gullen Range Wind Farm, located 28 kms north west of Goulburn in New South Wales. It is one of the early hybrid renewable energy farms - solar and wind - that share the same infrastructure.
  • 172 MW
    Goldwind's Gullen Range Wind Farm located approximately 40 km north of Goulburn, in the Southern Tablelands.
  • 47 MW
    Gunning Wind Energy Developments' Gunning Wind Farm
  • 13 MW
    AVIC International and Maoneng Australia's Mugga Lane Solar Park in south Canberra, Australia.
  • 56 MW
    generation capacity of FRV's Moree Solar Farm, located about 10 km south of Moree in New South Wales.
  • 102 MW
    generation capacity of AGL Energy's Nyngan Solar Farm located approximately 10 kilometres west of the Nyngan township in New South Wales, Australia.
  • 20 MW
    FRV's Royalla Solar Farm Located 23 kilometers south of the capital Canberra.
  • 107 MW
    State Power Investment Corporation's Taralga Wind Farm.
  • 175 MW
    Goldwind's White Rock Wind Farm - Stage I located in the New England Tablelands approximately 20km west of Glen Innes and 40km east of Inverell.
  • 48 MW
    Infigen Energy's Woodlawn Wind Farm.
  • 87 MW
    generation capacity of New Energy Solar's Beryl Solar Farm, approximately 5 kms west of Gulgong, New South Wales.
  • 113.2 MW
    planned installed capacity of Infigen Energy's Bodangora wind farm located near Wellington in New South Wales.
  • 150 MW
    generation capacity of Neoen's Coleambally Solar Farm located in Coleambally, in the NSW Riverina district.
  • 91 MW
    generation capacity of Global Power Generation's Crookwell 2 Wind Farm located in the NSW Southern Tablelands region approximately 14 km south-east of Crookwell township, 30 km north-west of Goulburn, and 90 km north-east of Canberra, within the Upper Lachlan Shire Council Local Government Area.
  • 25 MW
    generation capacity of Neoen's Dubbo Solar Farm, proposed over two sites, in Narromine and South Keswick.
  • 30 MW
    generation capacity of Neoen's Griffith Solar Farm located in the town of Yoogali, a few kilometers south-east of Griffith.
  • 102 MW
    Pamada's Wind Farm at Kyoto Energy Park
  • 10 MW
    Pamada's Solar Farm at Kyoto Energy Park
  • 48.5 MW
    generation capacity of New Energy Solar's Manildra Solar Farm, located approximately 1 km east of Manildra, in the shire of Cabonne, New South Wales.
  • 55 MW
    generation capacity of Neoen's Parkes Solar Farm located 10 km west of Parkes.
  • 270 MW
    generation capacity of CWP Renewables' Sapphire Wind Farm situated 18km west of Glen Innes and 28km east of Inverell in the New England Tablelands of New South Wales. When built it will be the largest wind farm in the state.
  • 200 MW
    generation capacity of AGL Energy's Silverton Wind Farm located in the Barrier Ranges of NSW, with its south-western boundary approximately five kilometres north of Silverton and approximately 25 kilometres north-west of Broken Hill.
  • 20 MW
    generation capacity of Goldwind's White Rock Solar Farm, located adjacent to the northern end of White Rock Wind Farm, 18 km west of Glen Innes. The development is a pioneering hybrid solar/wind renewable energy facility for the New England Tablelands.
  • 110 MW
    planned installed capacity of the Biala Wind Farm located approximately 8 km east of Biala and 14.5 km south west of Crookwell in the Southern Tablelands of NSW.
  • 100 MW
    Infigen Energy's Bogan River Solar Farm.
  • 29 MW
    Sunny Solar's Brocklehurst Solar Farm.
  • 50 MW
    Infigen Energy's Capital Solar Farm.
  • 144 MW
    Infigen Energy's Capital Wind Farm - Stage II
  • 226.8 MW
    planned installed capacity of RATCH Australia's Collector Wind Farm located on the Cullerin Range between the Hume Highway and the Collector-Gunning Road in the NSW Southern Tablelands.
  • 30 MW
    Epuron's Conroy's Gap Wind Farm.
  • 135 MW
    planned installed capacity of the CWP Renewable's Crudine Ridge wind farm located near Pyramul, 45 km south of Mudgee in the Central West, NSW.
  • 170 MW
    planned installed capacity of John Laing Group's Finley Solar Farm located 6km west of the township of Finley and 140 km west of Albury, New South Wales. Canadian Solar announced on 07 Aug 2019 that Stage 1 or an equivalent of 85 MW is installed and tested and ready for back energisation from the substation operated by TransGrid.
  • 132 MW
    Infigen Energy's Flyers Creek Wind Farm.
  • 15 MW
    Epho's Gidginbung Solar Farm.
  • 40 MW
    Neoen's Gilgandra Solar Farm located approximately 25km south of Gilgandra (NSW), along Newell Highway.
  • 81 MW
    Nexif Energy's Glen Innes Wind Farm.
  • 67.8 MW
    generation capacity of FRV's Goonumbla Solar Farm located approximately 10 km west of Parkes in New South Wales. Project started to feed into the national grid on 08 May 2020.
  • 27 MW
    Ironbark Energy's Gunnedah Solar Farm.
  • 100 MW
    Overland Sun Farming Company/Innogy's Hay Solar Farm located approximately 6 kilometres north-east of the Hay township.
  • 115 MW
    Overland Solar Farming Company/Innogy's Hillston Solar Farm located on open land that is around 3.5 km south from the town of Hillston in the Riverina region of south-western New South Wales.
  • 349 MW
    planned installed capacity of Innogy's Limondale Solar Farm located around 14 km south from the town of Balranald in south-western New South Wales. (Click/Tap for project details and construction updates).
  • 100 MW
    Infinergy Pacific's Metz Solar Farm located located 20 km to the east of Armidale, off the Waterfall Way, in the New South Wales Tablelands.
  • 25 MW
    Terrain Solar's Molong Solar Farm
  • 5 MW
    Moorambilla Solar's farm located in Coonamble.
  • 132 MW
    planned installed capacity of Epuron Island's Nevertire Solar Farm located approximately 1km west from Nevertire and would be accessed from the Mitchell Highway. (Click/Tap for project details and construction updates).
  • 30 MW
    Neoen's Riverina Solar Farm located at Yoogali
  • 322 MW
    Epuron's Rye Rye Wind Farm
  • 635 MW
    AGL Energy's Silverton Wind Farm Stage 2.
  • 250 MW
    planned installed capacity of John Laing Group's Sunraysia Solar Farm with battery storage, located around 17km south of the Balranald town centre and around 140km south east of Mildura, within the Balranald Shire Council Local Government Area (LGA).
  • 22 MW
    Southern Cross Energy's Wagga Wagga Solar Farm
  • 29 MW
    Epuron Island's Walgett Solar Farm located approximately approximately 5 km north of Walgett town.
  • 174 MW
    planned installed capacity of Lightsource BP's Wellington Solar Farm located two kilometres northeast of the town of Wellington in New South Wales.
  • 125 MW
    Goldwind Australia's White Rock Wind Farm - Stage II
  • 285 MW
    Epuron's Yass Wind Farm
  • 1,000 MW
    planned installed capacity of Epuron's Liverpool Range Wind Farm straddling the NSW state's Central West and Upper Hunter regions.
  • 100 MW
    generation capacity of Spark Infrastructure's Bomen Solar Farm located near the Bomen industrial hub, approximately 7km northeast of the Wagga Wagga Central Business District. The project is also expected to have 40 MWh of battery storage.
  • 275 MW
    planned installed capacity of Octopus Investments' and Edify Energy's Darlington Point Solar Farm located approximately 10km south of the town of Darlington Point in western-NSW, on land adjacent to TransGrid’s Darlington Point substation at Donald Ross Drive. The project also has approval for a 100 MWh battery storage system.