DP Energy Australia has proposed the 700 megawatt (MW) Euston Wind Farm located 7.6-kilometres north of Euston, NSW, in the South West Renewable Energy Zone.
The scope of the project includes:
- 96 wind turbines, up to 275 metres tall, with a nominal capacity of 7.2 MW each
- 33/220kV (or 330kV) onsite medium voltage transmission and connection to site substation
- electrical underground or overhead exprot connection approximately 18km south at 220kV
- grid connection and switching yard to conenct into TransGrid's existing 220kV or new 330kV line
- a 500MW/2,000MWh Battery Energy Storage System, and
- associated infrastructure.
|Jun 2025||Expected Construction Commencement|
|Jun 2027||Expected Construction Completion|
|Procuring Agency:||DP Energy Australia under the special purpose vehicle Balranald Wind Farm|
|Sep 2023||The project proponent lodged the Secretary's Request for SEARs and scoping report to the NSW Department of Planning and Environment.|
|Oct 2023||The NSW Department of Planning and Environment issued the Planning Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements (SEARs) for the project.|
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New South Wales |
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