We harness new wind turbine technology to improve efficiency and limit community impact, while helping Australia realise its renewable energy ambitions.
Wind power is currently the cheapest source of large-scale renewable energy. It involves generating electricity from the naturally occurring power of the wind. Wind turbines capture wind energy within the area swept by their blades. The spinning blades drive an electrical generator that produces electricity for export to the grid.
Lal Lal Wind Farms has a generating capacity of around 220 megawatts (MW) and is expected to generate more than 700 gigawatt hours (GWh) of electricity per annum. By increasing the electricity generated from renewable sources, we are contributing to the Federal and Victorian Governments’ policy ambitions of:
The following websites provide useful resources to learn more about wind energy, or the wider renewable energy industry in Australia: