The post construction noise monitoring program for Lal Lal Wind Farms has now commenced with the engagement of SLR. Results will be published on this website once available
Noise concerns or complaints will be investigated during this interim period.
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Lal Lal Wind Farms is a 60 turbine development in Victoria that is contributing strongly to Australia’s renewable energy future.
Once operational, the wind farm will generate enough energy to power 95,000 homes, save 780,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually and help sustain the nation’s renewable energy needs.
Lal Lal Wind Farms is a 228-megawatt development built across 2,100 hectares of land in the Moorabool Shire, occupying sites at Yendon and Elaine near Ballarat.
We use the highest quality materials, operate using best practice processes, invest in the latest technology and attract talented people, resulting in sophisticated and efficient wind energy generation.
Lal Lal Wind Farm (comprising the Elaine and Yendon sites) connect into the National Electricity Grid. This is an interconnected grid that covers Queensland, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia.
The National Electricity Grid is supplied with electricity from a large number of geographically and technologically diverse generators including renewable energy and gas and coal-fired power stations. The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) manages the system to ensure that a mix of generators and storage technologies are available to meet electricity demand.
Below are some reasons that wind turbines at Lal Lal Wind Farm may not be rotating;
Macquarie Capital closes project financing and innovative commercial arrangement for Lal Lal Wind FarmsRead full update
Grievance Mechanism Diagram V5Read full update
All 38 turbines have now been erected at the Yendon site. 3 out of 22 turbines have been erected at Elaine. A full construction update will be provided in the Community Bulletin for September 2019.
The Lal Lal Wind Farms Community Benefit Fund annual event was held on 7 August 2019 at the Lal Lal Soldiers Memorial Hall.Read full update