Located in one of the windiest places in Australia, with up to 122 turbines to be at Robbins Island and upto 31 turbines at Jim’s Plain. The energy parks will be connected via a 115 kilometre transmission line to the Tasmanian electricity grid, with surplus power transmitted to mainland Australia.
Jim's Plain and Robbins Island, Tasmania
- Capacity up to 1000 megawatts and if fully developed could generate approximately of 4,000,000 megawatt hours of energy per annum
- Create carbon offsets equivalent to 750,000 vehicles a year and will help Tasmania meet its goal of zero net emissions by 2050
- Power up to 500,000 typical Tasmanian homes
- Create up to 400 jobs during construction
Development approval sought from Circular Head Council