Meridian Energy Australia are dedicated to making a difference by helping reduce reliance on fossil fuels and minimise both climate risk and toxic pollution by generating only 100% renewable energy.
The Mt Millar wind farm is located on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia and produces approximately 180 GWh of renewable energy each year – enough to power around 36,000* households.
The Mt Mercer wind farm is located 30km south of Ballarat in Victoria and produces approximately 400 GWh of renewable energy each year – enough to power around 80,000* households.
Hepburn Wind is the owner and operator of Australia’s first community-owned wind farm, at Leonards Hill, about 100km northwest of Melbourne, just south of Daylesford Victoria. Meridian Energy Australia provides expertise and leadership to help keep Gale and Gusto, the two turbines at Leonards Hill, running so they can continue producing enough clean energy for around 2000* homes.
Hume hydro power station
Hume hydro power station is located about 20km upstream from Albury-Wodonga in New South Wales and produces approximately 203GWh of renewable energy each year – enough to power around 40,000* households. Environmental monitoring results for Hume hydro power station are available here
Burrinjuck hydro power station
Burrinjuck hydro power station is located in New South Wales about 100km from Canberra and produces approximately 81GWh of renewable energy each year – enough to power around 16,000* households.
Keepit hydro power station
Keepit hydro power station is located in northern New South Wales about 60km from Tamworth and produces 10GWh of renewable energy each year – enough to power around 2,000* households.
Salt Creek wind farm
Type: Wind (PPA)
The Salt Creek wind farm is located in western Victoria and will has capacity to power around 34,000* homes.
Crudine Ridge wind farm
Type: Wind (PPA)
Crudine Ridge will produce approximately 414 GWh of renewable energy. Once operational, it will generate enough energy for around 80,000* homes.
Blue Rock hydro
Type: Hydro (PPA)
Located in Tanjil, Victoria, Blur Rock hydro will output about 9GWh of renewable energy every year. That’s enough to power around 1,800* households.
*Based on an average household usage of 5MWh p.a.