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WA Clean Energy Forum puts spotlight on renewable energy potential

Powered by Goldwind, the event will tackle the decarbonisation of mining, the extraordinary opportunity for offshore wind and green hydrogen, First Nations engagement and participation in clean energy, and rooftop solar's continuing evolution to power homes, businesses and remote communities.

Lacour Energy, Goldwind to build new wind farm in Central Queensland

Renewable energy company Lacour Energy and wind turbine technology provider Goldwind will build a billion-dollar wind farm in Central Queensland, creating 350 new jobs. The...

Construction begins on huge new wind farm in Victoria

Construction has commenced on a massive wind farm project near Beaufort that will generate 530 MW of clean energy each year. Once constructed, the149-turbine Stockyard Hill...

Construction to commence on Goldwind’s Cattle Hill wind farm in Tasmania

Construction of the Cattle Hill wind farm is set to commence shortly with the signing of an agreement between project developer Goldwind and Tasmania's largest...

Goldwind to construct $300m wind farm in Tasmania

Goldwind Australia has reached an in-principle agreement with Tasmania’s power retailer Aurora Energy to build a new $300 million, 144MW wind farm in the...

Keppel Prince Engineering wins $14m tower supply contract for White Rock Wind Farm

Australian wind tower maker Keppel Prince Engineering (KPE) has landed a $14 million tower supply contract with Goldwind for the White Rock Wind Farm,...

GE set to acquire LM Wind Power

GE has launched a $1.65 billion offer to acquire LM Wind Power, a Denmark-based manufacturer and supplier of rotor blades to the wind industry,...

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