The proposed Wambo Wind Farm, located near Jundowae within the Queensland Southern Renewable Energy Zone (REZ), will be delivered in two stages. Stage One will include a 252-megawatt wind farm comprising 42 turbines. The scope of Stage Two is yet to be confirmed but is expected to comprise up to 300-megawatts of additional generating capacity.
The project will be co-developed by Renewable Energy Partners and Cubico Sustainable Investments.
|2022||Expected Construction Commencement|
|2024||Expected Construction Completion|
|2018||Renewable Energy Partners (REP) announced the project.|
|2019||Renewable Energy Partners and Cubico Sustainable Investments agreed to co-develop the project. Following construction, Cubico Sustainable Investments is expected to be the long-term owner and operator of the Wambo Wind Farm.|
|Oct 2020||The Queensland Government granted the Wambo Wind Farm planning approval.|
|Mar 2022||The Queensland Government announced $193 million in funding for the project.|