Yorke Peninsula Energy Hub
ABOUT THE PROJECT
A new energy hub on the Yorke Peninsula to provide clean, renewable energy to South Australia.
The proposed Yorke Peninsula Energy Hub, formerly known as the Ceres Wind Farm, is a 600 to 850 megawatt (MW) community-initiated development on the traditional lands of the Narungga people, on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula.
Acquired by Spark Renewables in May 2022, Spark Renewables is working on the revitalised project with local landowners to examine solar generation capability, microgrid options and connectivity to Adelaide via an undersea cable, as well as exploring opportunities to support requirements for firmed renewable generation to underpin hydrogen production.
Yorke Peninsula, South Australia,
the traditional lands of the Narungga community
The proposed project is being developed by Spark Renewables, one of Australia’s leading developers and long-term owners of renewable energy generation assets. Spark Renewables is a part of the Spark Infrastructure Group, one of Australia’s leading investors in critical energy infrastructure assets. Read more about us and our team.
Initial identification completed, consultation ongoing
Step 1 - in progress
Community Consultation and Preliminary Studies
Submission of Development Application and Environmental Impact Statement
Financial investment decision