Bulgana Green Power Hub
Country
  • Australia
Coordinates37°05′51″S 142°58′25″E / 37.097439°S 142.973608°E / -37.097439; 142.973608Coordinates: 37°05′51″S 142°58′25″E / 37.097439°S 142.973608°E / -37.097439; 142.973608
StatusUnder construction
Construction began
  • May 2018
Construction cost
  • 350 million A$
Owner(s)
Wind farm
Type
Power generation
Units operational56 × 3.4 MW
Make and modelSiemens Gamesa SG 3.4-132 (56)
Nameplate capacity
  • 194 MW
Storage capacity
  • 34 MW h
External links
Websitebulganagreenpowerhub.com.au

Bulgana Green Power Hub is a wind farm north of Stawell in the Australian state of Victoria. The project is owned by Neoen. Construction of the 56 wind turbines, with a total generation capacity of 194MW, was completed in August 2019,[1][2] and connections to the national grid reached full capacity in 2021.[3]

90% of the energy is contracted for supply to the Government of Victoria.[4] The EPC contract and 25 years of maintenance is with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.

References

  1. ^ Gartlan, JessieAnne (19 August 2019). "All 56 wind turbines have been installed at the Landsborough site". Ararat Advertiser. Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  2. ^ Williams, Lachlan (13 February 2019). "First wind turbine installed at Bulgana Green Power Hub". Stawell Times-News. Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  3. ^ Paul, Sonali (29 December 2021). "Neoen says Australian wind farm hits full tilt, two years behind plan". Reuters. Retrieved 29 January 2022 – via www.reuters.com.
  4. ^ "Bulgana signs MoU with Victorian Government". Neoen. 27 June 2017. Retrieved 12 November 2019.