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Windtech International July August 2024 issue






Mainstream Renewable Power (Mainstream) and Someva Renewables (Someva), an Australia-based renewable energy developer, have been awarded a permit by the Forestry Corporation of New South Wales, Australia, to jointly investigate an onshore wind farm at Sunny Corner with a potential capacity of approximately 500 MW.

The proposed wind farm will be located within the Sunny Corner State Forest, approximately halfway between Lithgow and Bathurst and 200 kilometres from Sydney’s Central Business District.

Much of Sunny Corner State Forest is used for industrial softwood production by the state-owned Forestry Corporation. The next investigative stages include the installation of a met mast alongside consultation with local communities, First Nations people, forest users, councils, and businesses to understand the local environment and co-design the community benefits programme. Following these stages, the project would progress through the normal development process seeking planning approvals from the New South Wales Government.

The Sunny Corner project is a 51/49 joint venture between Mainstream Renewable Power and Someva Renewables.

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