PIONEERING RENEWABLES IN
RICH WINE & pEANUT COUNTRY.

Overview & SUmmary

The proposed development site is located approximately 1 km east of Kingaroy, Queensland. Kingaroy is agricultural town in the South Burnett Region, approximately 200 km north of Brisbane. The township is located at the junction of D’Aguilar Highway and the Bunya Highway. The development is located on the State-controlled Kingaroy Barkers Creek Road.

The project is located in the local government area of the South Burnett Regional Council, in the Kingaroy Shire.

The Solar Farm will involve the construction of electricity generation works across an area of approximately 118.37 hectares. The solar array is anticipated to have a 30-50 year life span.

The solar farm once operational will comprise solar PV modules, steel racking and piled supports, electrical transformers and inverters, electrical cabling, battery storage, telecommunications equipment, internal access tracks, an electrical operations room, substation, perimeter fencing, and an adequate buffer between sensitive receptors provided by setback and landscape planting.

The substation will step up the voltage to allow for connection into the grid and will comprise a secure compound with several items of electrical equipment, a control room, supporting structures, including battery storage.

Electricity generated by the solar array will be exported into the network by a connection into the Ergon substation

Project STATUS

Construction commencing approximately end of September.

Project TIMELINE