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Renewable energy sources are one of the most cost-effective options not just being affordable but it is clean and sustainable. With Meales Concrete Pumping, we have experience in servicing concrete pumping particularly within Wind Farms. From initially pouring blinder, applying dirt, steel cages and mesh then approximately pouring concrete averaging range from 400 - 600 metre cube (m3) to create foundation of the base structure for each wind turbine tower.Please find our wind farm projects Australia wide below:
The Badgingarra Wind Farm is located at Hill River 220 kms north of Perth. The wind farm consists of 37 turbines and the energy output could power approximately 115,000 Western Australian homes. Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
Warradarge Wind Farm is under construction 15 kms northeast of Warradarge, and 30 kms southeast of Eneabba in the Mid West region of Western Australia. When the Warradarge Wind Farm (consisting of 51 turbines) is complete it will generate enough renewable energy to supply the equivalent of 148,500 Western Australian homes.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
The Yandin Wind Farm lies roughly 175km north of Perth and cloe to Dandaragan in the Wheat-belt region of Western Australia. This wind farm will help to drive more affordable and cleaner energy for Western Australia. It will be the State’s largest wind project comprising of 51 turbines.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
The proposed Biala wind farm is a 31-turbine wind farm in the Southern Tablelands of NSW which can produce enough electricity for approximately 46,000 typical homes.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
Bodangora Wind Farm is approximately 20km north-east of Wellington town in central New South Wales. It comprises of 33 wind turbines which can generate enough electricity to supply approximately 49,000 NSW homes annually.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
Silverton Wind Farm is located in the Barrier Ranges of NSW. Its south-western boundary is approximately five kilometres north of Silverton and approximately 25 kilometres north-west of Broken Hill. The wind turbines are located over the Mundi Mundi Range in the southern portion of the site and Mount Robe Range in the northern portion of the site.This project constructed in north western NSW, consists of 58 wind turbines, which can generate approximately 780,000 megawatts each year of clean, renewable electricity each year and can power more than 136,000 average Australian homes in what will be the seventh largest wind farm in Australia.Equipment Used:
The Moorabool Wind Farm project is located approximately 4km south of Ballan, approximately 67km from Melbourne, 27km from Ballarat and 47km from Geelong. It will extend 14km north to south between Ballan and Mount Wallace to the west of the C141 (Geelong-Ballan Road). The project has been approved of 107 wind turbines and will produce 1,000,000 megawatts of electricity annual and power the equivalent of 200,000 average Victorian Australian homes every year.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
This proposed wind energy project located approximately 35km west of Ballarat in Victoria’s central highlands. The changes would result in an increased swept area for each tower, which would help drive down the cost of energy generated from this project and may produce more clean energy. SHWF consists of 149 wind turbines which can power 390,000 homes annually and offset approximately two million tonnes of CO2.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
Coopers Gap Wind Farm is a 453 megawatt wind power station under construction in the Bilboa and Cooranga North region, of Australia, approximately 50 kilometres south-west of Kingaroy and 65 km north of Dalby in Queensland, Australia. CGWF consists of 123 wind turbines which can generate 1,510,000 megawatts each year of renewable energy powering 264,000 average Australian homes.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
Mount Emerald Wind Farm is a 180 MW wind power station situated on Mount Emerald approximately 8 km WNW of Tolga, and 49 km SW of Cairns, in Queensland, Australia. Mount Emerald Wind Farm was chosen for it has excellent wind conditions and will be the biggest wind farm in Queensland. There are only 53 wind turbines that will deliver in the order of 540,000 megawatts hours of renewable energy which will supply power to approximately 75,000 North Queensland homes annually.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
The WIllogoleche Wind Farm is a wind farm in the vicinity of Hallett in the Mid North region of South Australia. The 32 turbines have a combined generation capacity of 119MW, giving the wind farm the capability of powering 80,000 homes across the state.Equipment Used:Various mobile boom trucks used from 34M - 42M.
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