Taralga Wind Farm


Taralga Wind Farm is owned and operated by Pacific Hydro.

Pacific Hydro

Pacific Hydro was founded in Australia in 1992 and is a global owner, operator and developer of wind and hydro renewable energy assets. Pacific Hydro has a high quality and diversified portfolio of 19 operating assets across Chile, Australia and Brazil. It also has a substantial pipeline of development projects across its three markets and a growing electricity retail platform in Australia.


The company has an established record of identification, development and operation of renewable energy assets and has significant in-house expertise in the Chilean, Australian and Brazilian markets. Pacific Hydro has been active in the Australian renewable energy market since the early 1990s, delivering 349 MW of projects.


Pacific Hydro was acquired by the State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) through State Power Investment Overseas Co. Ltd of China (SPIC Overseas) in January 2016, after participating in a highly competitive international sale process.


Pacific Hydro’s operating assets in Australia currently abate an estimated 900,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas pollution every year.