Kyoto Energy Park
Location: Scone, NSW
Client: Kyoto Energy Park (Scone) Pty Ltd
Project Description: 3 Solar Photovoltaic Array, 42 Wind Turbines, 1 Closed-Loop Hydro Plant and a Visitor and Education Centre
HDB’s role: HDB prepared the Environmental Impact Assessment for the proposed Kyoto Energy Park.
Kyoto Energy Park is being developed 12km west of Scone at Mountain Station and Middlebrook Station along the Great Dividing Range. The development will see the construction of 3 Solar Photovoltaic Array, 42 Wind Turbines, 1 Closed-Loop Hydro Plant; and a Visitor and Education Centre.
Upon completion the Park will created enough energy to supply in the order of 50,000 households per year.
HDB managed the approval process including preparing the Part 3A (Major Projects) application and consulting with government agencies. HDB’s role also included looking at a range of issues including planning, geology and soils (civil engineering), human and environmental risk and public consultation.
Services: Town Planning, Civil Engineering, Project Management,
Status: Approved – Currently under construction