Australia’s largest solar farm

CleanCo has committed to purchasing 320 megawatts of new renewable energy generated by Neoen’s Western Downs
Green Power Hub project situated approximately 22 kilometres south-east of Chinchilla.

The project, which will include Australia’s largest solar farm, is expected to generate up to 400 jobs and 400 megawatts of
new renewable energy for Queensland.

Construction will commence in July 2020 and generation is scheduled for the first quarter of 2022.

Find out more about the Western Downs Green Power Hub.

MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct

Situated 50 kilometres south west of Warwick in South West Queensland, the MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct is being
delivered through a partnership between CleanCo and ACCIONA.

CleanCo will build, own and operate its own wind farm of 18 turbines and invest in a further 400 megawatts through a power purchase agreement resulting from the Queensland Government’s Renewables 400 initiative.

Through these investments, CleanCo will deliver up to 500 megawatts of new renewable energy for Queensland.

Early works are expected to commence from mid-2020, with construction to commence in mid-2021 and the entire MacIntyre Precinct to be operational in 2024.

View project flyover here.


Kaban Green Power Hub

CleanCo has agreed to purchase 110 MW of renewable energy from Neoen’s Kaban Green Power Hub located near
Ravenshoe in the Atherton Tablelands, 80km south-west of Cairns.

Ideally situated near existing transmission lines, the Kaban Green Power Hub includes a 157 MW wind farm which will improve
system strength in Far North Queensland.

The project will support 150 construction jobs and provide a revenue source for local farmers hosting the turbines.

Early works will commence in late 2020 and first generation is expected in 2023.

Find out more about the Kaban Green Power Hub.