Project overview

The Project

The Project will comprise between 75-85 wind turbines, each with a maximum blade tip height of 230 metres and with a combined capacity of around 550 megawatts (MW). The project is expected to generate enough clean, renewable wind energy to power almost 300,000 average NSW homes.

The wind farm will deliver renewable, low-cost energy to the national grid and contribute to the NSW Government’s Net Zero emissions target by 2050. The Project will provide a significant amount of the new generation capacity required as coal-fired power stations are retired over the next decade.

renewable wind energy, The Piambong Wind Farm project

The Piambong Wind Farm is a proposed renewable energy project in the Central-West Orana Renewable Energy Zone (REZ) of New South Wales near Mudgee, about 200km from Sydney.

Site Location, renewable wind energy

The Project


Planning and approvals stage

Planned capacity

Approximately 550 MW


More than $1 billion


Between 75-85 wind turbines

Blade tip height

Up to 230m


10 – 15 km to existing infrastructure with the opportunity to connect to the new REZ electrical infrastructure once constructed


550 MW

Renewable energy capacity



the equivalent number of homes that could be powered by the energy produced annually from the wind farm

An ambitious target

Vestas is proud to, through the Piambong Wind Farm project, support the New South Wales Government in achieving its target of 50% renewable energy by 2030. 

Renewable energy Target