Mark Branson
Development Manager – Crudine Ridge Wind Farm
Tel: 02 4013 4640

Mailing Address

CWP Renewables
PO Box 1708
NSW 2300

Crudine Ridge Wind Farm

37 wind turbines with a generation capacity of approximately 135 MW

The project is expected to commence construction in early 2018

Delivered by world leaders in renewable energy

The Crudine Ridge Wind Farm is a 135MW wind energy project situated approximately 45 km south of Mudgee, NSW.

The project received approval from the NSW Planning Assessment Commission on May 10, 2016, and Commonwealth Minister for the Environment and Energy on April 4, 2017.

The project will consist of 37 wind turbine generators, internal access roads and electrical reticulation, a substation, switching station and 15 km of 132 kV transmission line. The project is expected to commence construction in early 2018 and local suppliers and contractors are encouraged to register their interest by completing the contractor register below.

Contractor Enquiries

Crudine Ridge Wind Farm encourages local contractors and service providers to tender for the supply of goods and services during construction and operation of the wind farm.

Project construction will be delivered by a consortium. The preferred consortium involves GE Renewable Energy and Zenviron. GE Renewable Energy is the preferred suppler of wind turbine generators and Zenviron is the preferred supplier for onsite construction activities, turbine component transport and also turbine erection activities. Contractors and service providers are encouraged to apply for relevant subcontracts through the Project’s page on the ICN Gateway website.

ICN Gateway – Crudine Ridge Wind Farm

Project Benefits

Crudine Ridge Wind Farm is currently preparing to commence construction. When complete, this large scale renewable energy project will provide enough electricity to power 57,500 homes each year.

  • The estimated annual greenhouse gas savings from the project is 357,954 tonnes of CO2 equivalent.
  • The wind farm will contribute over $160,000 per year to the community through the Mid-western and Bathurst Regional Council Community Funds to support local community projects and initiatives.
  • The project will bring many economic benefits to the NSW’s Central West. Approximately 75 new jobs will be created as well significant contracting opportunities for local businesses.


CWP Renewables to construct Crudine Wind Farm

CWP Renewables has successfully secured a power purchase agreement (PPA) for its Crudine Ridge Wind Farm, and is set to commence construction in April 2018. The 135 MW project, located

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Project Timeline

Site Identification and Resource Monitoring


Preliminary Environmental Assessment


Community Consultative Committee established


Environmental Assessment on Public Exhibition


NSW Development Consent


Commonwealth Approval


Construction Commences


Fully Commissioned and Operational


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