Windlab and the Community
Windlab recognises that the community is the most important stakeholder in a project.
Windlab puts community relations at the forefront of everything it does when developing a wind project. This is vital as a wind farm will be a part of a community’s infrastructure for 25 years or more. The Australian Clean Energy Council has recognised Windlab’s leadership in the industry with its Community Engagement Award for its commitment to these principles.
“We are so lucky to have Windlab here in our shire and the benefits it will bring to the community is exceptional and the ongoing benefits in terms of jobs and economic activity will be fantastic.” Councillor Debra Nelson, Mayor of Hindmarsh Shire, 2017.Learn More
Windlab's Global Presence
Windlab is developing wind energy sites in Australia, Southern Africa, USA, Canada and a number of other emerging markets. Windlab’s portfolio of development projects exceeds more than 7,400 MW of potential capacity across 48 projects. Windlab has completed projects on three continents, totalling 1,093 MW of capacity which today is either under construction or in operation.Learn More
Managing Global Renewable Assets
Windlab Asset Management is a specialist renewable energy asset manager. It currently oversees $AUD1 Billion of renewable energy projects. These are all managed by on-the-ground site supervisors, along with specialised hardware and software from the company’s Global Operations Hub in Canberra.Learn More
International Memorandum of Understanding paves the way for Africa’s first utility-scale hybrid renewable energy facility
The Kenyan Investment Authority and Meru County Government (Kenya) have today entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with leading global renewable energy developers Windlab and Eurus Energy for the development of Africa’s…
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