The Waddi Wind Farm is located approximately 15km north-west of the township of Dandaragan and approximately 150 kilometres north of Perth in the mid-west region of Western Australia’s wheatbelt.
The Waddi Wind Farm would have up to 18 wind turbines capable of producing up to 108 MW, a reduction of 39 from the Approved Project. However, improvements in wind energy technology means the Project can maintain the same level of generation with fewer turbines.
Over the past twelve months, Tilt Renewables has progressed detailed design as well as ecological and cultural heritage investigations with the aim of minimising impact to native vegetation.
The project team has also been progressing with the selection of electrical and civil contractors and the grid connection process. We have now selected Vestas as the preferred turbine supplier of the V162-6.0 EnVentus Turbine.
A map of the indicative wind farm layout is available via the following link: Indicative Wind Farm layout
The latest project newsletter below outlines the key changes to the wind farm project.
The proposed Waddi Solar Farm project is still under development with a planning approval from the Shire of Dandaragan expiring September 2026. This project scope remains on hold while we continue to progress the wind farm.
Use the links below to find out more about the Project:
Planning and Approvals
Community and Engagement