CWP Renewables is a leading renewable energy developer, owner and asset manager with full project life-cycle expertise. Our team holds a wealth of experience in the renewable energy sector, accumulated through the successful delivery of projects in Europe and Australia.
We develop and own utility-scale renewable energy facilities incorporating wind, solar and storage technologies, oversee project delivery and commissioning, and provide long-term operational asset management services. Our unique approach to own and manage each project from inception through to full operation ensures genuine engagement with all stakeholders at every stage of development.
CWP Renewables has been developing projects in Australia since 2007. Key development activities are coordinated from our offices in Newcastle and Sydney, with asset management services delivered from Canberra.
Crudine Ridge Wind Farm is part of the Grassroots Renewable Energy Platform, a portfolio of renewable energy investments owned by CWP Renewables and Partners Group. The Grassroots Renewable Energy Platform was established in May 2018 combining the resources of CWP Renewables and Partners Group to deliver 1.3GW of new renewable energy to the Australian market.
Renewable Energy Portfolio
Our geographically dispersed portfolio of wind and solar projects is unique in the marketplace, combining generation profiles from different technologies and includes storage. This portfolio of aggregated, complementary and manageable generation can be forecast and sold into the National Energy Market (NEM) or direct to end users, setting us apart from single technology renewable energy project developers in the sector.
Our commitment to delivering combined and complementary renewable energy generation from our portfolio can be seen in the New England region of NSW, where construction of our 270 MW Sapphire Wind Farm is well underway, and where we are developing a complementary 200 MW solar and battery storage facility. These two projects will combine to deliver low-cost manageable renewable energy generation into the NEM and direct to end-use customers.