About Boco Rock Wind Farm
Boco Rock Wind Farm is situated on ridgelines 10km south west of Nimmitabel and 30km north of Bombala in NSW. The wind farm’s 67 turbines generate up to 113MW of renewable energy.
Wind farms generate a clean, renewable source of electricity and play an important role in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. For Boco Rock Wind Farm that means the equivalent of approximately 50,000 houses will be supplied with clean energy and approximately 293,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions will be displaced each year.
Wind monitoring has been underway on the site since 2007. The project received Development Approval from the NSW Government in 2010 for up to 122 turbines.
GE are the wind turbine suppliers for the project, and turbine components were sourced from around the world.