Wind turbine blades creating history in Townsville
June 2018

Massive 70 metre wind turbine blades, bound for the Kennedy Energy Park (KEP) in Hughenden, were imported through Townsville port today for the first time in history.  Nacap is proud to be constructing the foundations for the massive KEP wind turbine infrastructure destined to generate power for industry and thousands of residential homes throughout Queensland.

The shipment of 36 blades and 3,500 tonnes of cargo from China will form part of the world’s first hybrid large-scale power plant.

The $160 million KEP project combines twelve 200-metre-high wind turbines, 55,000 solar panels, and 4MW of lithium Ion Tesla battery storage.




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