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RES has been developing renewable energy in Australia since 2004, providing wind farms that generate pollution free electricity, contribute to a cleaner environment, and have a positive economic effect on their local communities
RES has been developing renewable energy in Australia since 2004, and we currently have several major projects nearing completion. We're developing wind and solar farms that generate pollution free electricity, contribute to a cleaner environment and have a positive economic effect on their local communities.
RES is over 350 MW (megawatts) of renewable energy installed or currently under construction across New South Wales and Victoria. For example, the 240 MW Ararat wind farm is a A $450 million project financed by shareholders Partners Group, RES, OPTrust and GE. It will be the third largest wind farm in Australia and includes 75 turbines producing enough energy to power up to 123,000 local homes. We also have several other significant sites going through feasibility studies.
RES in Australia is delighted to be a founding signatory of the Clean Energy Council’s Best Practice Charter for Renewable Energy Developments. The charter is a voluntary set of commitments that reflect our commitment to advance and develop projects in a socially responsible way. It demonstrates our commitment to engaging respectfully with the communities in which we plan and operate projects, being sensitive to environmental and cultural values, and making a positive contribution to the regions in which we operate.
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Our highly experienced energy team is based in Sydney, and includes specialists in developing, engineering, constructing and connecting renewable energy projects. We have all the commercial and financial expertise needed to take a project from planning to completion.
We also use specialist staff from other areas of RES when we need to - such as turbine procurement, technical analysis and asset management.
Wherever we work, we talk to local people about what our projects mean to them, and how they will bring tangible benefits to their communities. We do this through public meetings, information brochures, site visits, and direct contact with residents, charities and schools. And, where possible, we use local businesses and suppliers on our projects.
We also support community charity initiatives with funds from wind farm revenues.
Landowners who choose RES as a partner benefit from:
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