APA – Badgingarra Wind Farm 133 MW – Western Australia - Project Profile
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APA Group (APA) is undertaking the construction of a wind farm in Badgingarra, Western Australia.
The project involves the construction of a wind farm with 37 wind turbines to produce up to 133MW of renewable energy on a 21,660ha area.
The pre-feasibility study will be based on 43 x Vestas V90 (3MW) turbines or alternately 65x REpower MM82 (2MW) turbines depending upon the final selection of manufacturer.
The electricity produced by the wind turbines will be transmitted to an adjacent substation, which transforms the power to 132kV for connection to the existing and planned Western Power 132 kV overhead transmission lines, running through the site. Overhead transmission lines will link the substation to the existing and planned transmission lines traversing the site.
APA submitted an application to the council to amend the original planning approval granted in 2008.
In December 2015, a feasibility study was underway.
In February 2017, APA has entered into a 12-year offtake agreement with Alinta Energy that will support the construction of the project. The agreement includes the purchase of all of the energy along with the Large-scale Renewable Generation Certificates (LGCs) generated by the project.
In June 2017, the project received a construction approval.
Siemens Wind Power Pty Ltd (Siemens) has been awarded a contract to supply 37 Siemens Gamesa SWT-3.6DD machines for the project.
In January 2018, Siemens has awarded a contract to Global Wind Service (GWS) to provide a crane for the installation of turbines.
Construction works are underway and is expected to be complete in first quarter of 2019.
The project involves the construction of a wind farm on a 21,660ha area with a capacity to produce up to 133MW of renewable energy in Badgingarra, West Australia.
The US$243 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of substations
2. Installation of 37 wind turbines
3. Installation of meteorological masts
4. Installation of high voltage underground cables between turbines
5. Installation of 132kV transmission lines
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