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The Nyngan Solar Farm generates up to 102 MW of renewable energy. That’s enough to power up to 42,000 homes

Project Overview

The Nyngan Solar Farm is located about ten kilometres west of Nyngan, NSW. Nyngan is an ideal location for a solar farm with strong and consistent solar radiation. It is also located between Dubbo and Cobar, two areas with a high demand for power.

When built, Nyngan Solar Farm was the largest utility-scale solar photovoltaic plant in the southern hemisphere and remains one of the largest in Australia.

The Nyngan solar farm is made up of about 1.36 million solar PV modules installed on frames. These modules are at a fixed (non-tracking) tilt of 25 degrees, facing north. They are wired together in arrays and connected to inverters which transform the DC current produced by the modules into AC current that feeds into the grid.

The Project officially began operations in 2015 and continues to operate efficiently to this day providing customers with clean renewable energy.

Use the links below to find out more about the Project:

Planning and Approvals

Project Benefits

Community funds and engagement

Contact us

For further information on the Nyngan Solar Farm please contact us at or on 1800 WE TILT (938 458).

If you have a complaint, please contact us at or on 1800 306 118.

You can find Tilt Renewables' Complaints Handling Procedure here.