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Tilt Renewables is strongly committed to the communities where we operate. We are committed to open and honest dialogue with all stakeholders, with an aim to build and enhance community acceptance and trust in all projects and in the renewable energy industry as a whole.

We welcome your feedback if you have any concerns and are happy to assist with any questions you may have about the project.

We are committed to listening and will use feedback to inform the design and construction of the project, the way we work together and share benefits with the local community, and the ways we consult and keep you informed about the project.

Should you have any questions regarding the Rye Park Wind Farm project, please contact us at: or on 1800 WE TILT (938 458).

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Community Consultative Committee

A Community Consultative Committee (CCC) was established in 2012. The CCC meets regularly and provides a forum for discussion between Tilt Renewables and representatives of the community, council and stakeholders with an interest in the Rye Park Wind Farm.

Copies of the CCC Meeting Minutes can be found here.

You can contact the Chair of the Rye Park CCC via email, should you wish to be connected with any of the Committee Members.

Read more about the role and function of a CCC at the NSW Department of Planning and Environment website.

Benefit Sharing

We are committed to sharing the benefits of the Rye Park Wind Farm with the local communities. Click here to learn more about our community investment initiatives across our projects.

Community Enhancement Fund

In accordance with the Development Consent, a Community Enhancement Fund will be established that will commence when the project starts operating. The Project will contribute the following funding each year (adjusted annually to increase in CPI):

  • Hilltops Council: $162,500
  • Upper Lachlan Shire Council: $40,000
  • Yass Valley Council: $27,500

Independent community groups overseen by the Yass Valley, Hilltops and Upper Lachlan councils will administer the funds. At least 20% of the funds will be allocated to educational needs.

Neighbour Agreements

We are inviting our closest neighbours to share in the financial benefits of the wind farm through neighbour agreements. These agreements are part of our commitment to being a good long-term neighbour, sharing benefits and contributing to the local community. If you'd like to find out more about Neighbour Agreements, please contact us at: or on 1800 WE TILT (938 458).