Rototuna Wind Farm

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Rototuna Wind Farm
Rototuna Wind Farm is located in New Zealand
Rototuna Wind Farm
Location of Rototuna Wind Farm in New Zealand
Country New Zealand
Location Northland
Coordinates 36°15′0″S 174°1′48″E / 36.25000°S 174.03000°E / -36.25000; 174.03000Coordinates: 36°15′0″S 174°1′48″E / 36.25000°S 174.03000°E / -36.25000; 174.03000
Owner(s) Meridian Energy
Power generation
Nameplate capacity 500 MW

Rototuna Wind Farm is a proposed wind farm in the Rototuna Forest in Northland, New Zealand. The concept is being developed by Meridian Energy, and has the potential to produce up to 500 MW.[1]

The wind resource for this project has been monitored since 2006. Feasibility studies also include radar mapping of the flight paths of birds migrating through the area.[1] A study commissioned by EECA assessed this wind resource at 200-300 MW.[2]

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  1. ^ a b Mike Barrington (2008-12-30). "Giant wind farm plan". Northern Advocate. Retrieved 2008-12-31. 
  2. ^ SKM (18 July 2006). "Renewable Energy Assessment - Northland Region" (PDF). EECA. Retrieved 2010-10-15. 

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