Pre-lodgement Drop-in Consultation sessions in Coolah and Cassilis, on our proposed Modification Application to the Liverpool Range Wind Farm Development Consent, have come to a close. However, please CLICK HERE to explore all of the information material that we presented (fact sheets, maps, photomontages and interactive photomontages), and to watch the webinars.
You can also use the link below, which takes you to a dedicated website that we created to help you explore and understand the proposed modifications, and how they compare to the Approved Project.
EXPLORE THE MODIFIED PROJECT
The Liverpool Range Wind Farm project is located across three local government areas (LGAs) with wind turbines proposed within the Warrumbungle and Upper Hunter Shire Council areas, between the townships of Coolah and Cassilis, and a transmission line proposed to connect into the national grid further to the south of the site, within the Mid-Western Regional Council area.
Developed initially by Epuron beginning in 2009, the Liverpool Range Wind Farm received planning approval for up to 267 turbines in March 2018. In early 2019 Tilt Renewables acquired the Project from Epuron and since then we have been working on refinements to the layout to progress the Project towards construction.
There have been significant advancements in wind turbine technology since the 2018 approval. The latest turbines, while larger, are more efficient, meaning the Project could be built with fewer turbines while powering more homes with clean energy.
Tilt Renewables is therefore moving forward with an application to modify some aspects of the Approved Project.
Please use the links below to click through and explore the details of the Liverpool Range Wind Farm project.
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