Specialist power and water consulting firm Entura has been engaged by RCR Tomlinson to partner on the delivery of the Pacific Hydro’s 30MW Yaloak South Wind Farm in Victoria.

RCR’s scope of work includes engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) and commissioning of the Balance of Plant works.

This comprises site access roads, hardstands, fences, drainage, wind turbine foundations, substation, electrical reticulation and control system.

The work will be undertaken with RCR’s joint venture partner WBHO Infrastructure.

Entura will undertake the electrical Balance of Plant design of substations and Medium-Voltage (MV) collection system.

Located at the western end of the Parwan Valley, near Ballan, approximately one hour from Melbourne, the 30MW Yaloak South Wind Farm will comprise 14 Senvion turbines.

When completed, the wind farm will be capable of producing enough electricity to power 15,700 homes and abate approximately 70,667 tonnes of greenhouse gas pollution per year.

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