Waterloo Wind Farm

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Waterloo Wind Farm
Turbines in 2010
LocationWaterloo, South Australia
Coordinates33°59′S 138°54′E / 33.983°S 138.900°E / -33.983; 138.900Coordinates: 33°59′S 138°54′E / 33.983°S 138.900°E / -33.983; 138.900
Construction began2008
Commission date2010
Wind farm
Power generation
Units operational43
Make and modelVestas
Nameplate capacity131 MW
External links
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Waterloo Wind Farm is based east of Manoora, South Australia. It is the largest wind farm operated by EnergyAustralia. The 111 megawatt wind farm spreads across five acres of land and cost about $350 million, it began construction in November, 2008 and has been operational since October 2010. On a windy day three wind turbines can power the whole of Clare and the whole wind farm can power up to 163,000 homes or 5 to 10% of South Australia.[1]

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  1. "Waterloo Wind Farm". EnergyAustralia. Retrieved 15 July 2015.

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