About Collgar Wind Farm

Collgar Wind Farm is a $750 million renewable power project in Western Australia's central wheatbelt.

The Collgar Wind Farm south east of Merredin in WA is built over a land envelope of 18,000 hectares and has 111 Vestas V90 turbines with a total power production capacity of 222 megawatts (MW), generating between 630-750 gigawatt hours (GWh) per year; enough to power between 125,000 and 150,000 homes.

Collgar Wind Farm generates and delivers clean, renewable electricity into the South West Interconnected System (SWIS) each year, making a major contribution to Western Australia’s greenhouse gas reductions. These reductions are equivalent to taking 130,000 cars off our roads or planting nine million trees.

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Renewable Electricity Generated per year

Collgar Wind Farm generates approximately 630GWh to 750GWh of renewable electricity per year.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Displaced

Collgar Wind Farm displaces between 470,000 and 555,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

Average Number of Households

Collgar Wind Farm supplies enough energy to power 150,000 average Western Australian households per year.

Number of Cars Taken off The Road

Collgar Wind Farm offsets the emissions of 150,000 cars per year (average car estimated at 4t of CO2 per annum).