|Cattle Hill Wind Farm|
|Hub height||100 metres (328 ft)|
|Rotor diameter||140 metres (459 ft)|
|Units operational||26 × 3.0 MW|
22 × 3.2 MW
|Make and model||Goldwind GW140 3S|
|Nameplate capacity||148.4 MW|
|Capacity factor||37.24% (2021)|
|Annual net output||484.2 GWh (2021)|
Cattle Hill Wind Farm is a wind farm project developed and constructed by Goldwind Australia, in Tasmania.
The site is located on the eastern shore of Lake Echo on the southern side of the Central Plateau of Tasmania and connects into TasNetworks's transmission network at the adjacent Waddamana Substation.
The facility began construction in 2018 and was completed in 2020 with the installation of 48 Goldwind GW140 3MW turbines, each standing at 170m tall.
The wind farm's output of 144MW is equivalent to the consumption of approximately 63,000 homes.
The generation table uses eljmkt nemlog to obtain generation values for each month. Grid connection started in January 2020, and was fully commissioned in August 2020.
Note: Asterisk indicates power output was limited during the month.