CWP Renewables wins a contract to sell power from 100 MW of capacity in Australia’s ACT

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CWP Renewables wins a contract to sell power from 100 MW of capacity in Australia’s ACT

Australia's CWP Renewables will sell power from its 100 MW Sapphire wind farm in New South Wales at AUD 89.10 per MWh.

The Sapphire Wind Farm will be built near Glenn Innes in northern New South Wales and will generate electricity using up to 32 large-wind turbines.

The project was awarded in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) 200-MW second large-scale wind auction. France's Neoen International SAS and partner Megawatt Capital Investments also secured a contract to sell power from the Hornsdale wind park in South Australia late last year.

CWP Renewables has promised to give preference to ACT-based businesses for the construction of the Sapphire wind farm.

CWP Renewables is a joint venture between Continental Wind Partners and Wind Prospect Group. The company has 220 MW under asset management and 1,400 MW projects under development.

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