$192m Biala Wind Farm – upcoming supplier opportunities

The project will involve the construction, operation and maintenance of 31 wind turbine generators (WTGs) at a maximum tip height of 185 meters, and associated infrastructure across the project area.

Beijing Jingneng Clean Energy (Australia) Holding Pty Ltd, known as BJCE Australia, purchased the Biala Wind Farm project from Newtricity Developments in October 2017.


Suppliers can register  on the project website via the jobs and subcontracting page


The project will consist of the following permanent components:

·        31 WTGs with a maximum tip height of 185 m AGL (to the blade tip) and adjacent hardstands for use as crane pads and assembly areas;

·        a central electrical substation / switchyard building;

·        operations and maintenance building;

·        site offices, storage and car parking facilities;

·        up to three meteorological monitoring masts to across the project area;

·        underground 33 kV electrical reticulation and fibre optic cabling connecting the WTGs to the on-site substation; and

·        an internal private access road network connecting the WTGs and other proposed infrastructure to the public road network

According to the EIS, the following elements will be required during construction of the project:

·        temporary concrete batching plant;

·        earthworks for access roads, WTG platforms and foundations;

·        external water supply for concrete batching and construction activities;

·        cleared hardstand areas for construction equipment and storage (construction laydown areas); and

·        temporary site buildings and facilities for construction contractors

Source: Projectory