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We are proud to be supporting Australia’s renewable energy future; designing, building and operating the electricity infrastructure that connections renewables to the National Electricity Market.

In carrying out major projects, we adhere to best practices in project management and an approach that is endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management. As well as delivering projects safely, on time and on budget, we also aim to minimise the impact on local communities, through consultation and when planning the construction stages.

For enquiries in relation to our completed projects you can contact us by phone on 1300 360 795 between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday.  For faults and emergencies please call our 24-hour faults and emergencies team on 1800 111 164.

 
Crowlands Infographic
  • Crowlands wind farm

    AusNet Services worked with Pacific Hydro to connect the Crowlands Wind Farm to the National Electricity Market.

    The Crowlands Wind Farm in located approximately 25km north-east of Ararat in western Victoria, Australia.

    The wind farm comprises 39 turbines and produces 80MW of electricity – enough clean energy to power approximately 50,000 Victorian homes each year.

    AusNet Services built, and now owns and operates the transmission line and terminal station that connects the wind farm to the National Electricity Market.

    Construction of the Crowlands Wind Farm commenced in February 2018, with construction of the transmission infrastructure completed in September 2018.

    To find out more about the Crowlands Wind Farm, visit Pacific Hydro's Crowlands Wind Farm project page. 

 
Bulgana Infographic
  • Bulgana green power hub 

    AusNet Services worked with Neoen to connect the Bulgana Green Power Hub to the National Electricity Market.

    The Bulgana Green Power Hub is located 11km north-east of Stawell in the Wimmera region of central western Victoria, Australia.

    The Bulgana Green Power Hub consists of 56 wind turbines and a lithium-ion battery storage system, producing 194MWs of electricity.  This is enough clean energy to power approximately 130,000 Victorian homes each year and is equivalent to taking 230,000 cars off the road or planting 1.2 million trees.

    AusNet Services built, and now owns and operates the 17km transmission line and a terminal station that connects the Bulgana Green Power Hub to the National Electricity Market.

    Construction of the Bulgana Green Power Hub commenced in May 2018 with the transmission line complete in March 2019. 

    To find out more about the Bulgana Green Power Hub, visit Neoen’s Bulgana Green Power Hub project page.

 
Salt Creek Infographic
  • Salt creek wind farm

    AusNet Services worked with Tilt Renewables to connect the Salt Creek Wind Farm to the National Electricity Market.

    The Salt Creek Wind Farm is located 5km south of Woorndoo, in the Western District of Victoria, Australia.

    The wind farm comprises 15 wind turbines and produces 54MW of electricity – enough clean energy to power approximately 30,000 homes each year.

    AusNet Services built, and now owns and operates approximately 50.5km of 66kV transmission line that connects to the Terang Terminal Station. 

    Construction of the Salt Creek Wind Farm commenced in September 2017 and was completed in July 2018, with the transmission line complete in June 2018. 

    To find out more about the Salt Creek Wind Farm, visit Tilt Renewable's Salt Creek Wind Farm project page.

 
Stockyard Hill Infographic
  • Stockyard hill wind farm

    AusNet Services worked with Goldwind and Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) to connect the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm to the National Electricity Market. 

    The Stockyard Hill Wind Farm is located 35 kilometres west of Ballarat, in Victoria, Australia.

    Once operational, the wind farm will have a total capacity of around 530MW from 149 turbines – enough clean energy to power approximately 391,000 homes and save roughly 2 million tonnes of carbon emissions each year.

    AusNet Services built, and now owns and operates approximately 70 kilometres of new 132kV transmission line and a new terminal station  near Lismore.

    The new transmission line traverses the rural communities of Skipton, Mount Bute and Bradvale and terminates at the new Hunted Gully Terminal Station six kilometres south of Lismore.

    To find out more about the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm, visit the Stockyard Hill project page.

 
Dundonnell Wind Farm Infographic
  • Dundonnell wind farm

    AusNet Services worked with Tilt Renewables to connect the Dundonnell Wind farm to the National Electricity Market. 

    The Dundonnell Wind Farm project is located approximately 23km north-east of Mortlake, in the Western District of Victoria, Australia. 
    Once operational the wind farm will include 80 wind turbines and produce 336MW of electricity – enough clean energy to power approximately 245,000 homes and save roughly 1.3 million tonnes of carbon emissions each year.

    AusNet Services built, and now owns and operates approximately 38km of new 220kV transmission line, a new 500/220kV substation and a 500kV connection to the existing Mortlake Terminal Station. 

    Construction of the Dundonnell Wind Farm commenced in early 2019 and is expected to be fully operational by early 2021.

    To find out more about the Dundonnell Wind Farm, visit Tilt Renewable's Dundonnell Wind Farm project page.

 

Murra Warra Infographic

  • Murra Wurra wind farm

    AusNet Services is working with RES Australia to connect  the Murra Warra Wind Farm to the National Electricity Market. 

    The Murra Warra Wind Farm is located approximately 25km north of Horsham in north western Victoria. 

    The Murra Warra Wind Farm is being constructed in two stages – with Stage 1  comprising  61 turbines in the south west of site, and Stage 2 comprising 55 turbines towards the north east of site.

    Once complete, the wind farm will be able to produce 429MW of electricity – enough clean energy to power approximately 420,000 homes and save roughly 1.7 million tonnes of carbon emissions each year.

    The terminal station will be owned and operated by AusNet Services and will enable the generated power to be exported into the National Energy Market via the Western Victoria 220kV network.

    Construction of Stage 1 of the Murra Warra Wind Farm began in May 2018 following an extensive period of collaborative planning and design between AusNet Services and RES Australia, in conjunction with industry and state planning bodies.
    To find out more about the Murra Warra Wind Farm, visit the Murra Warra Wind Farm project page.