We recently kicked off our involvement in the development of Infigen Energy’s Cherry Tree Wind Farm near Seymour, with initial site visit and project meetings with the client completed.
The 57.6MW wind farm requires a new 66kV line running for approximately 7km to connect the farm’s 16 turbines to the AusNet Services grid. Preliminary design drawings and commissioning, operation and maintenance report have been submitted, to be followed shortly by the detailed survey. The expected annual generation output from the wind farm will equate to powering 37,000 average Victorian households, avoiding the emission of 200,000 tonnes of CO2 annually.
This is a large, strategic project, requiring liaison and negotiations with multiple stakeholders and our team has impressed the client in presentations to stakeholders and subsequent communications. We look forward to continuing to deliver on this exciting project.