The Stockyard Hill Wind Farm is a 400-megawatt wind farm located 35 kilometres west of Ballarat, Victoria.
The scope of the project includes the construction of 149 wind turbines and supporting transmission infrastructure.
|Apr 2018||Construction Commencement|
|Dec 2020||Construction Completion|
|Oct 2010||The Victorian Minister for Planning granted planning approval for the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm.|
|Feb 2011||The Commonwealth Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities granted project approval under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.|
|Jun 2017||The Victorian GOvernment approved a planning approval amendment, increasing the tip height of the wind turbines from 132 metres to 180 metres.|
|Apr 2018||Construction commenced on the project.|
|Dec 2020||Construction and installation of the turbines on the site complete.|
|May 2022||The Australian Energy Market Operator and Network Services Provider approved the project to generate up to 400-megawatts into the National Electricity Market.|
Project websiteStockyard Hill Wind Farm