Clean Energy for New South Wales
The Coleambally Solar Farm is a 189MW renewable electricity project in NSW which is owned and operated by Neoen
Solar farms are quiet, with the same solar panels you would place on your roof – there are just more of them.
Sheep graze peacefully under the solar panels to help keep the grass down while the panels also provide shade and protection.
The Coleambally Solar Farm project is located about 5km north east of Coleambally in NSW.
It’s a 40 minute drive from another Neoen solar farm, Griffith Solar Farm.
Providing local jobs plus ongoing opportunities for local
For the climate
Producing more than
380,000 MWh of renewable energy per year
For Your community
$20,000 per year in funding for local community initiatives and projects
Application for 2020 Coleambally Solar Farm Community grants are now open. Applications close on Friday 15 May 2020.
The Coleambally Solar Farm has been operational since 9 November 2018. For 2019, its first full year of operations, the solar farm generated 330,659MWh.
The Coleambally Solar Farm Community Fund consists of: $10,000 will be distributed to the Murrumbidgee Experimental/Demonstration Farm $10,000 will be distributed via the Murrumbidgee Council amongst projects which align with at least one of our community growth focus...
Neoen produce affordable reliable electricity from natural renewable sources such as the sun and wind.
With 12 years’ experience behind us, our technologies are tried, tested and proven. Our South Australian Big Battery has been keeping the lights on in SA since 2017, and saved consumers over $116 million in 2019 alone !
We own and operate all of the projects we build (rather than developing them to be sold) and as long-term neighbours we are committed to sharing the benefits with surrounding communities.
This dedication to community and environment has made us a renewable energy developer of choice across Australia.