Operation
2029
Commissioning
2029
Construction commencing
2027
Project
approvals
2026
Planning and design
2024 - 2026

Equis completed its first community drop-in session on the 14th & 15th of June 2024 at the Beechford Hub, Proctor Street Recreation Ground. For further information please click the link below.

Bell Bay

Community
Drop-In Session

Development

Planning and
Environment Approvals

In May 2024, Equis submitted a proposal to the Minister for Planning seeking a declaration that Bell Bay Wind Farm be assessed as a Major Project under the Land Use Planning and Aprovals Act 1993 (Tas). Equis also submitted a referral to the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth).

Equis Australia

Contact us

Ground Floor
36 Esplanade Brighton
Melbourne VIC 3186

In the spirit of reconciliation Equis Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Click here to register your interest in wind project updates.

Get in touch

Equis Australia

The Bell Bay Wind Farm will convert Tasmania's high quality wind resource into reliable and clean power for future generations and industry.

Equis is developing up to 224MW of wind power generation capacity near George Town to support future industry and manufacturing.

Bell Bay Wind Farm

Serviced Households/Yr

Up to 104,000

Operational Jobs

12

Construction Jobs

180

George Town,
Tasmania

The proposed Bell Bay Wind Farm is located approximately 6km northeast of the township of George Town, Port of Bell Bay and Bell Bay Advanced Manufacturing Zone.

Bell Bay Wind Farm intends to connect to Tasmania's electricity network via a transmission line connecting to the existing 220 kV George Town Substation.

Bell Bay Wind Farm is expected to commence operations by 2029.

About the
project

Bell Bay

Equis Australia

Contact us

Ground Floor
36 Esplanade Brighton
Melbourne VIC 3186

In the spirit of reconciliation Equis Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Click here to register your interest in wind project updates.

Get in touch

Equis Australia

Operation
2029
Commissioning
2029
Construction commencing
2027
Project
approvals
2026
Planning and design
2024 - 2026

Equis completed its first community drop-in session on the 14th & 15th of June 2024 at the Beechford Hub, Proctor Street Recreation Ground. For further information please click the link below.

Bell Bay

Community
Drop-In Session

The Bell Bay Wind Farm will convert Tasmania's high quality wind resource into reliable and clean power for future generations and industry.

Serviced Households/Yr

Up to 104,000

Operational Jobs

12

180

Construction Jobs

George Town,
Tasmania

The proposed Bell Bay Wind Farm is located approximately 6km northeast of the township of George Town, Port of Bell Bay and Bell Bay Advanced Manufacturing Zone.

Bell Bay Wind Farm intends to connect to Tasmania's electricity network via a transmission line connecting to the existing 220 kV George Town Substation.

Bell Bay Wind Farm is expected to commence operations by 2029.

About the
project

Equis is developing up to 224MW of wind power generation capacity near George Town to support future industry and manufacturing.

Bell Bay Wind Farm

In May 2024, Equis submitted a proposal to the Minister for Planning seeking a declaration that Bell Bay Wind Farm be assessed as a Major Project under the Land Use Planning and Aprovals Act 1993 (Tas). Equis also submitted a referral to the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth).

Development

Planning and
Environment Approvals