Goldwind plans to power one million homes in Australia

Wind farm turbines at sunset with long grass in foreground (la trobe)
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By 2020, one in 10 Australian homes will be powered by Goldwind’s advanced wind turbine technology, according to the company.

Goldwind Australia’s One Million Homes campaign will see one million homes using sustainable, clean energy.

In a statement, the company said it has been putting wind to good use by providing turnkey solutions to customers and partners across the globe for more than 20 years.

“In 2012, we delivered our first wind farm in Australia, the 19.5MW Mortons Lane Wind Farm in Victoria,” Goldwind said.

“A year later, we brought the winds of change to the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales and built the 165.5MW Gullen Range Wind Farm.

“Recently, we’ve delivered the 175MW White Rock Wind Farm Stage 1, 10MW Gullen Range Solar Farm, and 20MW White Rock Solar Farm.”

Goldwind is also currently constructing four wind farms, including the 530MW Stockyard Hill and 321MW Moorabool Wind Farms, both in Victoria, and the 148MW Cattle Hill Wind Farm and the 280MW Coppabella Wind Farm in New South Wales.

Once operational, these projects will provide clean energy to approximately 830,000 more homes across Australia.

“Our footprint in Australia is expanding and by 2020 Goldwind’s advanced wind turbine technology will power one million Australian homes with sustainable, clean energy,” the company said.

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