Located approximately 50 km South-West of Warwick and 60 km South-South-East of Millmerran, the proposed MacIntyre Wind Farm is expected to have an export capacity of approximately 540MW and up to 120 turbines.
The MacIntyre Wind Farm will be located within 40,000 hectares of leased land approximately 200 kms south-west of Brisbane and approximately 50 kms south-west of Warwick in Queensland.
The MacIntyre Wind Farm will be constructed on land predominately used for sheep farming and currently involves 10 landowners. Current farming practices will continue during the construction and operations phases of the wind farm.
The site has been selected due to its exposure to consistent winds across this part of the country and provides a suitable resource for the development of a wind farm.
Expected capacity: 540 MW
Number of Turbines: Up to 120
Maximum Tip Height: 285 metres
Anticipated construction commencement: End 2020
Anticipated construction duration: 18 – 24 months
Provide significant economic activity across the Goondiwindi, Southern Downs and Toowoomba Regional Council areas
Generate a construction workforce of up to 350 jobs
Provide up to 12 fulltime positions on site once operational
Result in the establishment of a Community Enhancement Program to strategically deliver added value to the local regional over the life cycle of the project
To find out more about the MacIntyre Wind Farm check out the Fact Sheet.
For further information about the project, or to provide feedback:
Phone: 1800 283 550
Post: ACCIONA 5/88 Creek Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000
If you are interested in acquiring energy from the MacIntyre Wind Farm, please find more information on Corporate Power Purchasing Agreements (PPA’s) here. ACCIONA is committed to supporting local industry participation and is encouraging local suppliers and contractors that are interested in conducting business for the project to register your business via the ICN Gateway website here.