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New England Wind


Welcome to New England Wind (NEW), a project which aims to establish the first community-owned wind farm in NSW. A community-owned wind farm based on the New England Tablelands will have significant benefits for residents, businesses and organisations in this region.

To meet local expectations, and be feasible, it is anticipated that the proposed wind farm will comprise 3-6 wind turbines.

Achieving the goals of establishing NEW and ultimately achieving energy self-sufficiency – will require a large groundswell of support. 

Please consider supporting this initiative. We would greatly welcome your involvement!

Follow the links for further information about the New England Wind project, including details of project background and the initial feasibility study, and how to become involved in this project. Further reading on community renewable energy and wind energy can also be found here.

Current Priorities

After a considerable pause in this project due to political and funding constraints, we are excited to announce a recent funding boost from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage. This funding will be used to measure wind speeds at potentially four different sites across New England using state-of-the-art sodar technology purchased by Embark with assistance from Fulcrum3D and Epuron. Details of this project can be seen here.


Yes2Wind coreflute signs are available now to the public. These signs are similar to the No to Coal Seam Gas signs, but are black and white triangles.They can be purchased for $5 by expressing interest at Contact Us. Details of payment and collection will then be supplied.