List of wind farms in Queensland

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This is a list of wind farms in Queensland, Australia:

Project Name Sponsoring Company Coordinates Capacity Status Notes
Archer Point Wind Farm Wind Power Queensland 15°35′S 145°19′E / 15.58°S 145.31°E / -15.58; 145.31 120MW Feasibility
Coconut Island Ergon Energy 10°03′18″S 143°04′12″E / 10.055°S 143.070°E / -10.055; 143.070 0.01MW Decommissioned
Coopers Gap [1][2] AGL Energy 26°33′S 151°20′E / 26.55°S 151.33°E / -26.55; 151.33 500MW Feasibility $1.2Bill, 252 turbines, commissioning by 2011, power 320,000 homes
Coowonga Earth Energy 23°16′30″S 150°43′30″E / 23.275°S 150.725°E / -23.275; 150.725 0.02MW Feasibility
Crediton Wind Farm[3] Transfield Services 21°12′54″S 148°32′24″E / 21.215°S 148.540°E / -21.215; 148.540 40MW Proposed
Crows Nest Wind Farm[4] Energreen 27°13′51″S 151°57′35″E / 27.230916°S 151.959666°E / -27.230916; 151.959666 200MW Planning Approved $270 million Investment, 40 Turbines
High Road Wind Farm[5] Transfield Services 17°29′32″S 145°28′34″E / 17.4923°S 145.4761°E / -17.4923; 145.4761 50MW[6] Planning Approved $90 Million Investment, 17 Turbines
Kennedy Wind Farm[7] Windlab 21°S 145°E / 21°S 145°E / -21; 145 750MW Proposed Over $1.5 Billion to construct, Up to 300 wind turbines.
Mt Emerald Wind farm[8] Ratch Australia
Port Bajool
17°12′S 145°24′E / 17.2°S 145.4°E / -17.2; 145.4 220MW Proposed $560 million investment, including $12 million for the construction of the Asia Pacific Energy Innovation Centre nearby.
North Stradbroke Island Stanwell Corporation 27°33′18″S 153°27′36″E / 27.555°S 153.460°E / -27.555; 153.460 15MW Proposed
Thursday Island Ergon Energy 10°34′30″S 142°13′12″E / 10.575°S 142.220°E / -10.575; 142.220 0.45MW Installed
Tolga, Queensland[9][10] Tolga Wind Farms 17°12′S 145°29′E / 17.20°S 145.48°E / -17.20; 145.48 Feasibility $100 Million Investment, 20 turbines.
Windy Hill Wind Farm Stanwell Corporation 17°35′32″S 145°31′50″E / 17.5922°S 145.5306°E / -17.5922; 145.5306 12MW Installed
Windy Hill Wind Farm Stage 2 Transfield Services 17°35′32″S 145°31′50″E / 17.5922°S 145.5306°E / -17.5922; 145.5306 12MW Feasibility

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Green, Glenis (2008-08-14). "South Burnett poised to host power generator giant". The Courier-Mail. 
  2. ^ "AGL's $14m windfarm tilt". Business Day. 2008-12-10. Retrieved 2008-12-18. 
  3. ^ "AEMO Proposed Generation Projects". Australian Energy Market Operator. Retrieved 26 July 2011. 
  4. ^ Stuart Cumming (2 February 2011). "Crows Nest wind farm to go ahead". The Chronicle (Toowoomba Newspapers Pty Ltd). Retrieved 28 June 2011. 
  5. ^ Johannesen, Terry. "High Road Wind Farm". Transfield Services. Retrieved 26 July 2011. 
  6. ^ "Transfield Services adds to its wind farm development portfolio". Transfield Services. Retrieved 26 July 2011. 
  7. ^ "Kennedy Wind Farm". windlab. Retrieved 26 July 2011. 
  8. ^ "Wind Farm Development at Mt Emerald". AZoCleantech. Retrieved 6 November 2010. 
  9. ^ http://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/article/2010/02/22/159511_national-news.html
  10. ^ http://www.cairns.com.au/article/2010/04/05/103891_local-news.html

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