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The Facts
212MW of Power
10MW Grid Scale Battery Storage
Phase 1 - 35 Wind Towers
17,500 m3 of Concrete
2100 tonne of Steel
Project employing 110 - 130 people
212MW of Power
10MW Grid Scale Battery Storage
Phase 1 - 35 Wind Towers
17,500 m3 of Concrete
2100 tonne of Steel
Project employing 110 - 130 people
212MW of Power
10MW Grid Scale Battery Storage
Phase 1 - 35 Wind Towers
17,500 m3 of Concrete
2100 tonne of Steel
Project employing 110 - 130 people
Project Overview

Work has officially begun on the Lincoln Gap Wind Farm and Battery Storage project in South Australia.

An ideal location for a wind farm – situated far from any residences or communities – the site has an excellent wind resource, and great access to the grid an is located approximately 15km to the west of Port Augusta.

Changes in wind turbine technology over time led to modifications of the wind farm layout and wind turbine height to 180m using 3.6MW Senvion wind turbines.

The project will connect to a 275kV grid line managed by ElectraNet, running to the south of the project.

Working with sister Quanta Services company, Consolidated Power Projects (CPP) – Phase 1 will see Nacap will be laying the ground work and concrete bases for an initial 35 Wind Towers and creating approximately 30KMs of roads.

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Key Achievements

The ability to offset over 600,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions for every year of its operations.

Supplying 25+ years of Green Energy and power for ~155,000 Homes