Infigen Energy is a developer, owner and operator of 24 wind farms across Australia and the United States. Its Australian wind farms collectively generate 556.6 MW of energy per annum. Infigen Energy is looking to capitalise on increased opportunities for developing renewable energy assets in Australia by participating in the development of a new wind farm at Flyers Creek. When completed, the 44 wind turbines are expected to collectively generate annual capacity of 115 MW.
The project was conceived in 2008 when Infigen Energy was approached by a group of farmers located in Central West NSW, who expressed interest in becoming involved in a wind farm project. In a first for an Australian Wind Farm Project, Mattila Lawyers is engaged by Infigen Energy to provide legal and commercial advice in relation to community ownership of part of the Flyers Creek Project. This role involves participating in discussions with key community stakeholders to evaluate different corporate structures to determine the one most appropriate for the local community, and drafting all required documentation to implement that structure. For more information on Infigen Energy Case Study
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