Genuine Community Engagement
CWP Renewables is committed to genuine community consultation and developing strong relationships with local landowners and the wider community.
Consultation relating to the proposed Glenellen Solar Farm project commenced in early 2018, and to date has included conversations and meetings with potential host landowners, neighbouring landowners, TransGrid council and the Hon. Greg Aplin (NSW Member for Albury).
Ongoing consultation will be stimulated with a range of stakeholders through the submission of the Preliminary Environmental Assessment. Further, in preparing the development application, consultation will commence or continue with relevant local, State and/or Commonwealth authorities, infrastructure providers, community groups and affected landowners. The issues raised and resolutions found through this process will be documented in the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Community Investment Opportunities
CWP Renewables has developed a community investment model for its Sapphire Wind Farm and the Sapphire Solar Farm project. In summary, community members from the region have pledged to invest in the wind project with a guaranteed annual return.
Through the development of Glenellen Solar Farm we will be assessing the opportunity for a similar scheme.
The EIS is currently being prepared and will include a full description of the development, including details of construction, operation, upgrading and decommissioning as well as detailed analysis of impacts…Learn More
The project is a proposed solar photovoltaic renewable energy development on agricultural land c. 15 km north of Albury, NSW. The proposed project capacity is approximately 150 to 200 MW,…Learn More
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