Large Scale Renewable Projects

Our involvement in large scale renewables

As at 30 June 2019, we achieved 776MW towards our target to support the development of 1,000MW of renewable energy by 2020. The renewable projects contributing to this performance are:

Western Australia

  • Walkaway wind farm
  • Badgingarra wind farm
  • Yandin wind farm

Victoria

  • Bald Hills wind farm
  • Maroona wind farm
  • Timboon wind farm
  • Bannerton solar farm
  • Yawoong wind farm
  • Kiamal solar farm

Queensland

  • Collinsville solar farm
  • Rugby Run solar farm
Bannerton, Victoria

Bannerton, Victoria

Operational from September 2018, Bannerton is a solar farm located about 100km from Mildura, in northern Victoria. Alinta Energy has signed a long term Power Purchase Agreement. 

A long distance photo of Walkaway wind farm turbines spread across a field.

Walkaway, Western Australia

Walkaway wind farm is located 25km south-east of Geraldton in Western Australia. Alinta Energy has had a long-term Power Purchase Agreement with the wind farm since 2006.

Solar panels at Collinsville.

Collinsville, Queensland

Alinta Energy has signed a Power Purchase Agreement with Ratch Australia to acquire the renewable energy generated from the Collinsville solar farm, which became operational in July 2018. Collinsville is in the resource-rich Bowen Basin, in Queensland’s Whitsunday region. The project will provide a major source of renewable energy for northern Queensland and is expected to generate enough energy to power 15,000 homes.

GreenPower

When requested, our electricity retail business also offers GreenPower carbon offset products to business customers, which increase demand for large scale generation certificates (LGCs).

Visit the GreenPower website