Our Business

Infigen Energy is a developer, owner and operator of renewable generation.

Infigen Energy has a development pipeline of approximately 1,200 MW.

Energy sites

  • Wind Energy6 sites
  • Energy Storage1 site
  • Wind Development7 sites
  • Solar Development4 sites

Australia

Infigen Energy owns six wind farms and a solar farm with a combined installed capacity of 557 megawatts (MW) across New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia.

  • Alinta wind farm, WA

    The Alinta wind farm commenced commercial operations in January 2006. It  has a total installed capacity of 89.1 MW and is located in mid-northwest Western Australia, approximately 30km south east of Geraldton and 12 km inland from the Indian Ocean. It consists of 54 NEG Micon NM82 wind turbines with a rating of 1.65 MW. Electricity from the Alinta wind farm is exported through a 132 kV transmission line which crosses the wind farm site.

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  • Capital wind farm, NSW

    The Capital wind farm is a part of the Capital Renewable Energy Precinct. The wind farm commenced commercial operations in January 2010. It has a total installed capacity of 140.7 MW, net capacity factor of ~30%. Capital wind farm is located near Bungendore in New South Wales, Australia. It comprises 67 Suzlon S88 wind turbines with a rating of 2.1 MW. Electricity and Large-scael Generation Certificates (LGCs) generated are under a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement to the Sydney Desalination Plant.

    Capital Renewable Energy Precinct

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  • Capital East solar farm, NSW

    The Capital East solar farm is a solar PV facility with a complementary energy storage system. It is operating as a demonstration facility to support Infigen’s entry into large-scale solar PV generation and integration of energy storage technologies. Sharing the same network connection, the energy storage system will be able to be charged and discharged at the full capacity of the solar PV array. Capital East solar farm is the first solar PV and energy storage system registered as a market generator in the National Electricity Market. The Capital East solar farm received planning approval for the installation of up to 1 MW capacity from Palerang Council in July 2012. The construction of the first 136 kilowatts (stage 1) was completed in 2013.

    Capital Renewable Energy Precinct

  • Lake Bonney 1, SA

    Lake Bonney 1 wind farm commenced commercial operation in March 2005. It has a total installed capacity of 80.5 MW and is located on the Woakwine Range, about 2 km from the eastern shore of Lake Bonney, near Millicent in South Australia. The wind farm comprises 46 Vestas V66 wind turbines with a rating of 1.75 MW.

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  • Lake Bonney 3, SA

    Lake Bonney 3 wind farm commenced commercial operation in July 2010. It has a total installed capacity of 39 MW and is located on the Woakwine Range, about 2 km from the eastern shore of Lake Bonney, near Millicent in South Australia. It comprises 13 Vestas V90 wind turbines with a rating of 3 MW.

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  • Lake Bonney 2, SA

    Lake Bonney 2 wind farm commenced commercial operation in September 2008. It has a total installed capacity of 159 MW and comprises 53 Vestas V90 wind turbines with a rating of 3 MW. It is located on the Woakwine Range, about 2 km from the eastern shore of Lake Bonney, near Millicent in South Australia.

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  • Woodlawn wind farm, NSW

    The Woodlawn wind farm is a part of the Capital Renewable Energy Precinct. The wind farm achieved practical completion on 17 October 2011. The wind farm comprises 23 Suzlon S88 2.1 MW turbines. It has a total installed capacity of 48.3 MW, net capacity factor of 39% and Long Term Mean Energy Production of 163.5 GWh.  

    Capital Renewable Energy Precinct

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Development Pipeline

Infigen's development pipeline comprises ~1,100 megawatts of large-scale wind and solar projects. This represents 20% of all large-scale wind and solar projects with developement approval.

  • Bodangora wind farm, NSW

    The proposed Bodangora wind farm has an expected capacity of approximately 100 MW comprising around 33 wind turbines, a substation, access tracks and an electrical collection system of underground and overhead cables. The wind farm received development consent in August 2013. The project was assessed and recommended for approval by the NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure, and the final determination was granted by the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC).

  • Bogan River Solar Farm, NSW

    The proposed photovoltaic plant will have a generating capacity of up to 12 megawatts. 

  • Capital solar farm, NSW

    The proposed solar photovoltaic plant will occupy an area of approximately 100 hectares, and will have a generating capacity of up to 50 megawatts. Based on a proposed operating capacity of up to 50 MW, the Capital solar farm will generate enough renewable energy to power up to 10,000 homes and will be the equivalent of removing approximately 15,000 cars from Australian roads each year.

    Capital Renewable Energy Precinct

  • Capital 2 wind farm, NSW

    The proposed Capital 2 wind farm project will have an expected capacity of up to 90 MW comprising 41 wind turbines. Infigen received Project Approval from the NSW Planning Assessment Commission for the proposed Capital 2 Wind Farm in November 2011. Capital Renewable Energy Precinct

  • Cherry Tree wind farm, Vic

    The Cherry Tree Wind Farm is in early stages of development with a forecast installed capacity of 50 MW.

  • Cloncurry solar farm, Qld

    The proposed Cloncurry solar farm has an installed capacity of 30 megawatts.

  • Flyers Creek wind farm, NSW

    The proposed Flyers Creek wind farm has an expected capacity of approximately 115 MW comprising up to 42 wind turbines, a substation, access tracks and an electrical collection system. The NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure has recommended that the Flyers Creek Wind Farm in central New South Wales (NSW) be granted development approval. Assessment of the wind farm proposal was reviewed by the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) who approved the project in March 2014.

  • Forsayth wind farm, Qld

    The proposed Forsayth Wind Farm has an expected installed capacity of 60 to 70 MW, comprising around 20 to 30 wind turbines, a substation, access tracks and an electrical collection system of underground and overhead cables.

  • Manildra solar farm, NSW

    The proposed solar photovoltaic plant will occupy an area of approximately 120 hectares and will have a generating capacity of up to 50 megawatts. Based on a proposed operating capacity of up to 50 MW, the Manildra solar farm will generate enough renewable energy to power up to 10,000 homes and will be the equivalent of removing approximately 15,000 cars from Australian roads each year.

  • Walkaway 2 & 3, WA

    The project is located near Geraldton, near Infigen's Alinta wind farm. The proposed Walkaway 2 & 3 wind farms have received development consent for a capacity of up to 400 MW.

  • Woakwine wind farm, SA

    The project is located along the same ridgeline as Infigen Energy’s existing Lake Bonney wind farms. The proposed Woakwine wind farm has received development consent for 124 wind turbines, a substation, access tracks and an electrical collection system of underground and overhead cables.