RATCH-Australia Corporation
IndustryElectricity generation
PredecessorTransfield Services Infrastructure Fund
FoundedJuly 2011
Area served
ParentRATCH Group

RATCH-Australia Corporation (RAC) is an Australian electricity generation company. It is a subsidiary of RATCH Group (formerly known as Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Company), a public company listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. RATCH-Australia owns both renewable energy and fossil fuel power stations in Australia.


In 2007, Transfield Services spun-off its infrastructure assets into the Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund.[1] In November 2007, it acquired five further power generation assets from Stanwell Corporation and Tarong Energy.[2]

RATCH-Australia was established in July 2011 when its parent company bought an 80% stake in Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund via a scheme of arrangement.[3][4]

Power stations owned by RATCH-Australia are:[5]

Power station Capacity (MW) Source State Remarks
Collector Wind Farm 228 Wind New South Wales To open 2021[6]
Collinsville Power Station 42 Solar Queensland Previously 190 MW coal power station decommissioned in 2018.
Kemerton Power Station 261 Natural gas Western Australia
Kwinana Cogeneration Plant 120 Natural gas Western Australia Also provides steam to the adjacent Kwinana Oil Refinery
Mount Emerald Wind Farm 180 Wind Queensland
Starfish Hill Wind Farm 34.5 Wind South Australia
Toora Wind Farm 21 Wind Victoria
Townsville Power Station 242 Coal seam gas Queensland Combined cycle gas and steam turbines
Windy Hill Wind Farm 12 Wind Queensland
Yandin Wind Farm 338 Wind Western Australia


  1. ^ Transfield Services announces IPO of infrastructure assets Transfield Services 4 April 2007
  2. ^ TSI Fund acquires Five Wind Firms Transfield Services 29 November 2007
  3. ^ Transfield Services signs agreement with Ratchaburi Transfield Services 2 May 2011
  4. ^ "Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund (TSI)". Delisted Australia. Retrieved 24 November 2019.
  5. ^ "RATCH-Australia Corporation". Retrieved 24 November 2019.
  6. ^ Home Collector Windfarm