About Us

Key Company Information

Spark Renewables is part of the Spark Infrastructure Group. Based in Manly, NSW, a leading renewable developer and long-term owner of renewable energy projects, with an operational solar farm (the 100MW Bomen Solar Farm in NSW) and a large portfolio (in excess of 3GW) of development assets including wind, solar, storage and green hydrogen projects.

Spark Renewables is committed to supporting the communities in which we operate. During construction, we focus on providing employment opportunities for local residents as much as possible. We give back to the local community by establishing community funds that seek to provide a long term benefit to the community.

Spark Renewables is a member of the Clean Energy Council.

Investing in Essential Energy Infrastructure
for the Future

Spark Renewables is part of the Spark Infrastructure Group. Spark Infrastructure’s investments are in leading essential energy infrastructure businesses within Australia. Our businesses serve over 5 million homes and businesses and are also heavily involved in supporting the transition in Australia’s electricity system to one that is increasingly reliant on renewable energy. Being part of this energy transition is important to us.

For Securityholders we aim to deliver long-term, stable returns and grow value through asset investment and regular cash distributions.

Our 4 investments are:

  • 49% of SA Power Networks, the sole operator of SA’s electricity distribution network, supplying around 880,000 residential and commercial customers across the State
  • 49% of CitiPower and Powercor (together known as Victoria Power Networks), distributing electricity to over 1m customers in Melbourne and western Victoria
  • 15% of TransGrid, the largest high-voltage electricity transmission network in the NEM, connecting generators, distributors and major users in NSW and the ACT, and
  • 100% of Spark Renewables, a leading renewable energy developer and owner.

Our Projects

Renewables Circle

IN DEVELOPMENT
3000 MW

IN OPERATION
100 MW

WIND ENERGY
WIND ENERGY
BATTERY STORAGE
BATTERY STORAGE
GREEN HYDROGEN
GREEN HYDROGEN
SOLAR POWER
SOLAR POWER