The Bodangora Wind Farm consists of 33 Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs) with a generation capacity of 113.2MW, a Wind Farm Substation, and an operation and maintenance (O&M) building. It is located on farmland northwest of the township of Bodangora, and approximately 41km ESE of Dubbo in NSW.
CATCON partnered with GE under an EPC Contract with Bodangora Wind Farm Pty Ltd (represented by Infigen) to deliver the project. CATCON were responsible for EPC of the Balance of Plant (BOP) as well as transport, erection and fitout of the WTGs while GE were responsible for design, supply and commissioning of the WTGs and WTG SCADA. CATCON was Principal Contractor for the construction project.
WTG components were shipped from international ports to the Port of Newcastle and Port Kembla where they were consolidated before being transported to Bodangora. Each WTG consisted of 10 main components including three tower sections, tower base ring, nacelle, hub, three blades and the Pre-assembled power module.
Facts & Figures:
- 39km of site access roads
- Total approx. 20,000 m3 of concrete
- 45km of underground 33kV and fibre optic cabling