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The Liverpool Range Wind Farm project is located approximately 370 km north-west of Sydney between the townships of Coolah and Cassilis in the Upper Hunter Region of New South Wales.

Project Overview

The Liverpool Range Wind Farm project was initially developed by Epuron beginning in 2009. Tilt Renewables acquired the project from Epuron in early 2019.

“We are delighted to add the Liverpool Range Wind Farm project to our development pipeline and deliver on our vision to be a leading developer and owner of renewable energy generation in Australia and New Zealand” said Deion Campbell, Tilt Renewables Chief Executive.”

The Project is located across three shires. Wind turbines are proposed within the Warrumbungle & Upper Hunter Shires, between the townships of Coolah and Cassilis. The transmission line is proposed to connect to the south of the site located in the Mid Western Regional Council area.

Project Details

The Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Liverpool Range Wind Farm was lodged with the NSW Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) in July 2014. 

A Response to Submissions report was lodged with the DPE which was placed on public exhibition from 1 August 2014 to 1 October 2014. A copy of the RTS can be downloaded here: 

The Project received planning approval for up to 267 turbines from the Minister of Planning, NSW.  A copy of the final approval and conditions can be downloaded here

The Project also received approval under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) issued by the Department of the Environment and Energy in June 2018 (reference EPBC 2014/7136), and can be downloaded here:

Tilt Renewables is 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 also committed to providing financial support to the local community through community benefit programs. Tilt Renewables have committed to a community benefit fund that will be implemented when the project becomes operational.

The program will provide funds for community projects and initiatives in the area and will be administered by an independent community group. The fund will consist of $3,000 per turbine per annum.

A Community Consultative Committee (CCC) was established for the project in 2012. Regular meetings have been held since this time and  copies of the previous CCC meeting minutes can be found here.

A wind farm brings many direct opportunities for employment to the region during both the construction phase and ongoing operations once the wind farm is commissioned. 

Flow on employment benefits will also be achieved as the project brings demand for local business services and consumer goods.

A range of services that may be required by the wind farm project include:

  • Domestic scale electricians;
  • Transport operators;
  • Competent machine operators;
  • General labourers;
  • Quarries; and
  • Concrete businesses

To register interest in providing goods or services for the project please contact us using our details provided below

For further information on the Liverpool Wind Farm please contact the project team at [email protected]  or on 1300 660 623.

News and Updates

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