EPYC – Jupiter Wind Farm 350 MW – New South Wales - Project Profile
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EPYC Pty Ltd (EPYC) is planning to construct a wind farm in New South Wales, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a 350MW wind farm comprising 100 turbines on 12,000ha of land. It includes the construction of a powerhouse, a substation, access tracks to each turbine, an on-site control building, temporary storage and concrete batching plants, and related infrastructure, and the laying of transmission lines.
Environmental Resources Management (ERM) will undertake the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIS), and EIS is to be lodged in the first quarter of 2015.
In October 2015, the planning application was rejected.
In August 2016, EPYC is preparing to resubmit the environmental impact statement for the project, involving 100 turbines with a combined capacity of up to 350MW.
EPYC is waiting for the necessary approvals for the proposed project.
The project involves the construction of a 350MW wind farm on 12,000ha of land near Tarago, New South Wales, Australia.
The US$300 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a powerhouse
2. Construction of a substation
3. Construction of access tracks to each turbine
4. Construction of an on-site control building
5. Construction of temporary storage and concrete batching plants
6. Installation of 100 turbines each with three 63m rotor blades