Overlooking the Hazelwood Power Station, the Delburn Wind Farm is a proposed wind energy project located in the Strzelecki Ranges to the south of the Latrobe Valley. The proposed development site is over the plantation land centred in the Delburn area, covering the HVP Plantations Thorpdale Tree Farm. The site is generally bounded by Coalville to the north, Thorpdale to the west, Darlimurla to the south, and Boolarra and Yinnar to the east.
The township of Morwell is approximately 5 km to the north-east of the development site (as measured from the outer boundaries of both the township and the project land) and the township of Moe is approximately 5 km to the north.
Delburn Wind Farm aims to be an iconic wind farm overlooking the now-closed Hazelwood Power Station, proposed for the Latrobe Valley to contribute to a just transition for the region.
- The opportunity for community co-investment
- Existing side by side within forest plantations, complimenting existing use and harvesting
- OSMI will act as the developer of the project and will support construction and early operations
The HVP Plantations Site
- Consideration of plantation activities, setbacks from roads and properties, sensitive flora and fauna, cultural heritage, watercourses
- Maximises existing forestry tracks
Cubico Sustainable Developments
Cubico Sustainable Investments, a leader and global investor in renewable energy, has joined OSMI Australia as joint development partner in the Delburn Wind Farm and will purchase 100% of the project prior to the commencement of construction. OSMI will provide ongoing services (covering matters such as community engagement, development approvals compliance) through the construction period and early operations given our knowledge of the project and established relationships with the key project stakeholders.
Understand the history of the Delburn Wind Farm, specifically the refinement to the number of turbines.
The following timeline outlines the development process for the Delburn Wind Farm.