WWF is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wind Farm Developments (WFD) which was specifically formed in 1998 to;
- project manage.
utility scale wind energy generation projects in Australia and New Zealand.
WFD has offices in Melbourne and Wellington, and is investigating new renewable generation projects on both sides of the Tasman. More recently that has included the co-location of solar and battery storage. WFD's project tend to be scaled to be accommodated within existing Network Service Providers (NSPs) networks without the need for any major new infrastructure or deep augmentation costs.
WFD secured development approval for the 91 MW Wattle Point Wind Farm currently in operation on the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, originated the MacArthur Wind Farm in SW Victoria and has been involved in originating, developing and designing another 4 wind farm projects in SW Victoria, a further 2 in SA and more recently a cluster of projects in the New England area in NSW.
A long term investor has been secured for this project by WFD and once the connection details are finalised with Powercor and the Equipment Procurement & Construction (EPC) contract awarded, it is expected a formal announcement will be made. WFD will have an ongoing role in project liaison and transition services to support the project through construction, commissioning and at least its first 6 months of commercial operations.