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Sapphire Wind Farm

The Sapphire Wind Farm is located 18 km west of Glen Innes, in the New England region of northern NSW. It is the largest wind farm in New South Wales and has helped the ACT Government meet its target of 100% renewables in 2020 by providing a long term power purchase agreement.

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Sapphire Battery

The Sapphire Battery is a 30MW, 1 hour (lithium-iron phosphate) battery development located next to the 270 MW Sapphire Wind Farm, in the New England region of northern NSW. The battery will store excess energy from the wind farm and the grid and discharge it when customers need it most. It will also deliver ancillary market services, which support a more secure and reliable grid. The battery can be expanded in future, and when paired with the approved Sapphire solar farm, could provide ‘firm’ renewable energy to match large customers’ needs.

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Crudine Ridge Wind Farm

The Crudine Ridge Wind Farm is located 45km south of Mudgee. The project is in the late stage of construction. Turbine erection activities have been completed and construction activities on site are now focused on commissioning the turbines. Crudine is expected to be fully operational in mid-2021.

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Bango Wind Farm

The Bango Wind Farm is located 30km North of Yass in NSW and will be the third largest wind farm in NSW. The project is under construction and is expected to be fully operational in late 2021.

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Uungula Wind Farm

Uungula Wind Farm is a proposed development of up to 97 wind turbines and associated infrastructure 14 km east of Wellington, NSW, within the Central-West Orana Renewable Energy Zone.

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Jeremiah Wind Farm

The proposed Jeremiah Wind Farm is located approximately 25 km east of Gundagai, NSW, within the Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council area. The proposed project currently comprises 65 wind turbines and battery energy storage.

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Spicers Creek Wind Farm

CWP Renewables is investigating a potential wind farm development in Central West NSW, known as the Spicers Creek Wind Farm. The area being investigated is located west of Gulgong and north east of Wellington. The location is well suited to wind generation due to a reliable wind resource, low density of rural residential dwellings and position within the Central West-Orana Renewable Energy Zone. CWP Renewables has been working with landholders in the Spicers Creek area since 2019. We are currently assessing the feasibility of the wind farm in more detail.