Zenviron engaged IUP to assist in the build of Rye Park Wind Farm. Using 66 turbines and offsetting 960,000 tonnes of CO2 per year, it is the largest wind farm in New South Wales. IUP supported the project by delivering 84 single circuit base plate mounted 330kV poles, ranging from 27.0m to 45.0m in length, and 53 double circuit base plate mounted 33kV poles. The poles were supplied in addition to 330kV multi-sided tubular gantries.

Key outcomes.

The Rye Park Wind Farm will significantly reduce Australia’s carbon footprint and provide more renewable power to the National Grid.



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The Rye Park Wind Farm is poised to become a hub for sustainable energy in New South Wales. As Australia’s largest wind and solar generator, it promises to not only provide significant local and regional economic benefits but will be a major source of clean and renewable energy for decades to come. Featuring 66 turbines with a blade tip height of 200m, the wind farm is anticipated to produce sufficient energy to power 215,000 homes and annually offset over 960,000 tonnes of CO2.