The Bald Hills Wind Farm is the largest renewable energy project in South Gippsland.
Bald Hills Wind Farm/Senvion
The Bald Hills Wind Farm is the largest renewable energy project in South Gippsland. This 52 turbine wind farm is located approximately 10kms south east of Tarwin Lower, on an approximately 1750 hectare farm site. The wind farm produces up to 380,000MWh of electricity per year, which is equivalent of meeting the electricity requirements of over 62,000 homes. That’s about four times the number of homes in the South Gippsland Shire.
Beveridge Williams was engaged by Senvion Australia to provide surveying services in relation to title boundary re-establishment, the creation of easements and the turbine as-constructed surveys. Beveridge Williams also provided the Quality Assurance in the construction phase.
After many years providing services for the energy sector, particularly in Victoria’s LaTrobe Valley, Beveridge Williams is pleased to also be part of the fast-growing renewable energy sector. In addition to the Bald Hills Wind Farm we have assisted with other wind farms and solar farms.
We provided expert town planning advice to obtain a permit for a 102 MW solar farm in Wunghnu, north of Shepparton in Victoria. We are also assisting with landscape architecture services to meet planning permit conditions for the solar farm.
In all these regional renewable energy projects, our local knowledge has been the key to delivery of technically robust advice and timely services.
See our work in action across Victoria and NSW.