Clarke Creek Wind Farm


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Clarke Creek Wind Farm

Prospective pipeline

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STATUS: Announced
SECTOR: Energy
TYPE: Greenfield

Project scope

The project, to be located about 150 kilometres north-west of Rockhampton near Malborough in central Queensland, is being developed by Lacour Energy and Goldwind Australia.

The first stage of the project consists of a 101-turbine wind farm with an estimated total capacity of 450 megawatts.

The project proponents are planning a second stage of the project, which would increase the capacity of the wind farm to around 800 megawatts. Future works may also include the addition of a 200 to 400 megawatt solar farm and battery energy storage on-site.



Key Dates

Late 2022: Stage one expected to be operational

2021: Stage one construction expected to commence



Project History

August 2020: The first stage of the project proceeded to construction after signing a power-purchase agreement (PPA) with the Queensland Government-owned Stanwell Corporation. Under the PPA, Stanwell Corporation will purchase 348 megawatts, or around 75 per cent, of the wind farm's capacity.

February 2020: Development approval granted for solar farm component

May 2018: Development approval granted for wind farm component

November 2018: Federal environmental approval granted for wind farm component

2016: Feasibility study commenced


Last reviewed: 28/08/2020

Clarke Creek Wind Farm

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Media release - 25/08/2020




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