Valley of the Winds
Harnessing nature’s energy to power the future
Valley of the Winds will capture the natural power of the wind flowing through the Coolah Valley in the central west region of NSW. Up to 175 wind turbines will generate enough clean renewable energy to power 590,000 homes.
up to 50
2,500 GWh a year
2m tonnes a year
Potential for battery
The region’s agricultural connection with the land will continue side by side with renewable energy generation, bringing jobs and economic growth to the local area.
The project will be located in Central NSW around 5km south-west of the small rural township of Coolah. Approximately 175 wind turbines are being proposed across three clusters at Mount Hope, Girragulang Road and Leadville.
Site Identification & Due Diligence
Environmental Planning Approval
Commencement of Construction
News and updates
Two information sessions are being held at Leadville and Coolah this month to give community members the chance to speak directly with our project team Read More
Nominations are now open for five community members from the Coolah, Leadville, Urabry and Dunedoo areas to join the Valley of the Winds wind farm Community Read More