Tilt says Waverley among key near-term projects

Jonathan Underhill
Tue, 28 Aug 2018

By Gavin Evans Aug. 28 (BusinessDesk) - Tilt Renewables says its consented wind project at Waverley on the southern Taranaki coast is among three it is focusing on for near-term development. The Melbourne-based company is advancing an 80-turbine, 336 MW project at Dundonnell in Victoria. That development, the 130 MW Waverley site, and the 300 MW Rye Park project in New South Wales are the firm’s “key near-term focus,” chair Bruce Harker said in a presentation for the company’s annual meeting today. While Australia’s National Energy Gua...

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