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Pacific Hydro Pty Ltd (Pacific Hydro), planned to develop the Keyneton wind farm project in South Australia, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a wind farm with an estimated capacity of 105MW and maximum height of wind turbines as 145.5m which will generate electricity for 25-30 years.
It includes the construction of sub-stations, a power house and main control unit, the installation of 42 wind turbines, and the laying of underground and overhead electric cables.
Energy Pacific (Vic) Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Hydro has submitted a development application to the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) for lodgement to the Development Assessment Commission (DAC), for the construction and operation of the project.
Nolan Rumsby Planners has been appointed as a planning consultant; EBS Ecology as the Flora and Fauna Assessments consultant; Wax Design and Brett Grimm Landscape Architect (BGLA) as the Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment consultant; Australian Cultural Heritage Management (ACHM) as the Cultural Heritage Assessment consultant; and Vipac Engineers and Scientists Ltd as the Noise Impact Assessment consultant for the project.
The feasibility study of the project completed in the second quarter of 2012.
In December 2013, Pacific Hydro secured preliminary approvals from Mid Murray Council for the project.
In July 2014, the project was put on hold.
Planning activities are underway.
Stakeholder Information: Planning Authority: Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) Flora and Fauna Assessments Consultant: EBS Ecology Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment Consultant: Wax Design and Brett Grimm Landscape Architect (BGLA) Cultural Heritage Assessment Consultant: Australian Cultural Heritage Management (ACHM) Noise Impact Assessment Consultant: Vipac Engineers and Scientists Ltd Planning Consultant: Nolan Rumsby Planners
The project involves the construction of a wind farm with an estimated capacity of 105MW at Barossa valley, Keyneton, South Australia, Australia.
The US$176 million project includes the following: