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Starfish Hill Wind Farm


Starfish Hill Wind Farm

Starfish Hill Wind Farm is a wind power station spread over two hills near Cape Jervis, South Australia. It has 23 wind turbines, eight on Starfish Hill itself and 15 on Salt Creek Hill, with a combined generating capacity of 34.5 MW of electricity.

Starfish Hill Wind Farm was commissioned in September 2003 and was the first in the State.

Starfish Hill Wind Farm was developed by Starfish Hill Wind Farm Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tarong Energy. Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund acquired the wind farm in December 2007. In July 2011, most of the assets of the Transfield Services Infrastucture Fund were sold to the Ratchaburi Generating Holding Company.

Company: Ratchaburi Generating Holding Company
Capacity (MW): 34.5
Status: Operating
Technology: Photovoltaic
Fuel: Wind
Type of Turbine: Vestas NM64C
No. of Turbines: 23
Estimated Output: 86 GWhr p.a.
Source of Information: Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund web site (September 2011)

Location:
Main South Road
Delamere, South Australia 5204
Australia




Categories:
 Wind
 

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