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NSW Renewables

The 200 MW Silverton Wind Farm Project is a $450 million energy project operating in north western NSW. The wind farm was the first greenfield development for Tilt Renewables. A joint venture consisting of GE and CATCON was contracted for the engineering, procurement and construction...

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Developer
AGL
Location
Silverton, NSW

Services provided

  • Hire Equipment
  • Engineering services
  • HV Test Technicians
  • Cable Termination

Project details

The 200 MW Silverton Wind Farm Project is a $450 million energy project operating in north western NSW. The wind farm was the first greenfield development for Tilt Renewables. A joint venture consisting of GE and CATCON was contracted for the engineering, procurement and construction of the wind farm works and connection works were delivered by TransGrid who operate the existing Broken Hill substation.

Construction began in May 2017 with first generation in May 2018 and full generation was achieved in May 2020 following successful resolution of the West Murray Constraint by AEMO and TransGrid in April 2020.  Operations from the wind farm formally commenced in December 2020 following AEMO and TransGrid’s acceptance of the final AEMO commissioning report.