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The proposed Uungula Wind Farm consists of up to 249 wind turbine locations and associated ancillary infrastructure situated approximately between the towns of Wellington, Mudgee and Gulgong New South Wales (NSW).

The Project was publicly announced in March 2011, at the commencement of detailed feasibility studies and early stages of planning. A Preliminary Environmental Assessment was submitted to the NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure (DoPI), and Director General Requirements (DGRs) subsequently recieved.

The DoPI has now provided feedback on how adequately the draft Environmental Assessment for the wind farm has responded to the DGRs. The next key milestone for the wind farm will be placing the Environmental Assessment on Public Exhibition. 

The Project is being developed by CWP Renewables, on behalf of Uungula Wind Farm Pty Ltd (the Proponent). Both the Proponent and CWP Renewables are Australian registered companies.

For more information on the above companies please visit the "About Us" section of this website.

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