investing in renewable energy
The Emu Downs Wind Farm in Western Australia.
APA is investing in wind farms and solar projects
The 132-megawatt North Brown Hill Wind Farm is expected to save 355,000 tonnes of carbon emissions each year for 25 years, for a total of 8,875,000 tonnes.
The 80-megawatt Emu Downs Wind Farm is expected to save 232,000 tonnes of carbon emissions each year for 25 years, for a total of 5,800,000 tonnes.
We've begun constructing the 20-megawatt Emu Downs Solar Farm, underpinned by a Power Purchase Agreement with Western Australian energy supplier Synergy and funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA). For more information visit our Wind & Solar Farms page.
We've entered into a long-term (12-year) offtake agreement with Alinta that will underpin our development of the 130-megawatt Badgingarra Wind Farm.The Badgingarra Wind Farm will be located adjacent to our 80-megawatt Emu Downs Wind Farm and our recently announced 20-megawatt Emu Downs Solar Farm, creating a 230-megawatt renewable energy precinct.
We've entered into a long-term offtake agreement with Origin Energy to underpin our development of a 110-megawatt solar farm, near Dalby in Queensland's Darling Downs.The development is also supported by a $20 million grant from the Australian Government through the ARENA Advancing Renewables Program.