Clean energy for Queensland
Kaban Green Power Hub is a renewable energy project located in the Atherton Tablelands of Far North Queensland.
It consists of a 157 MW wind farm with approval for a 100 MW battery, and a network upgrade.
The project has a power purchase agreement with CleanCo to provide energy in support of Queensland’s target of 50% renewable electricity by 2030.
Wind turbines are tall structures that can capture stronger winds at higher altitudes. At Kaban there will be 28 wind turbines which will be 226m in height to the tip of the blade.
The project includes a 320 km transmission line upgrade from 132 to 275 kV of the North Queensland coastal circuit which runs from Cairns to Townsville.
Kaban Green Power Hub is located near the town of Ravenshoe, around 80km southwest of Cairns.
The location was chosen because it is very windy and has a 275kV high voltage transmission line running through the site.
The wind generation profile in Far North Queensland is different and complementary to other wind farms in the southern and eastern parts of the National Electricity Market.
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Up to $50,000 per year
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Neoen has signed a power purchase agreement with CleanCo Queensland for 110 MW of wind energy. The contract will enable Neoen to build the 157 MW Kaban wind farm near the town of Ravenshoe delivering clean energy into Powerlink Queensland's transmission network....
The following notice is published pursuant to Section 95B(2) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act). Neoen Australia Pty Ltd proposes to develop the Kaban Green Power Hub at Kaban, north Queensland. The proposed action is a...
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