Last of 123 turbines installed at the 453MW Coopers Gap project in Queensland – Australia’s largest wind farm for a short time, at least.
Media and political event at partially completed Cooper’s Gap wind farm in Queensland, which will be biggest in Australia once complete at end of financial year.
First generation has been achieved at Australia’s largest wind farm, the 453MW Coopers Gap wind farm located north-west of Brisbane.
Some of the massive 67m turbine blades delivered to the 453MW Coopers Gap Wind Farm in Queensland in September are now up and and ready to spin.
Construction is underway at AGL’s Coopers Gap wind farm in south-east Queensland, and that means delivery of “the largest wind turbine blades ever transported in Australia.”
AGL Energy secures PPA of below $60/MWh for 453MW Coopers Gap Wind Farm, to be built in Queensland by 2019 after reaching financial close Thursday. AGL chief says deal signals private sector’s readiness to invest in Australian renewables – but warns policy certainty still vital.