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Currently in the feasibility stage
Nyaninyuk Wind Farm is a proposed renewable energy project in Western Victoria. The site is located between Evansford, Clunes and Waubra, at the intersection of Hepburn Shire, Pyrenees Shire and Ballarat City Council. The site is being considered due to its wind resource, compatibility with the existing environment and good road access from Sunraysia Highway. The land is primarily used for agriculture and grazing.
- Location: between Evansford, Clunes and Waubra (Western Victoria)
- Capacity: 330MW
- Energy Production: same
- Project Value: up to $700M
The project is currently in the planning and approvals stage. Wind monitoring and environmental investigations are ongoing at the site and will continue to inform project design throughout the development phase, alongside feedback from the community.
MEGAWATTS (MW) WIND CAPACITY (Approx)
equivalent households powered
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
In the spirit of reconciliation, ACCIONA Energía acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land our proposed project lies on, the Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Nyaninyuk is the traditional name for nearby Mount Beckworth in the Dja Dja Wurrung language. This translates as 'the mountain's back of the neck' – nyani being ‘neck, nape, back of the neck’ and -nyuk being ‘his, her, its’
[Na-ni-nook] To say the “ny” sound in Nyaninyuk, don’t pronounce the “y”. Instead, make an ‘n’ sound by placing the middle of your tongue on the roof of your mouth.