Current Projects

PILBARA MINERALS – PILGANGOORA – 6 MW SOLAR FARM

In October 2021, Contract Power Group was awarded a 15-year Build, Own Operate (BOO) contract to construct a 6MW solar PV farm at Pilbara Minerals Pilgangoora Operations.

Contract Power will work alongside Hybrid Systems Australia to build the solar farm, which is an important demonstration of Pilbara Minerals commitment to implementing environmentally friendly power solutions.

The addition of renewables at the Pilgangoora Operations complements the original power station constructed in 2018 by Contract Power.

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FORTESCUE METALS GROUP – SOLOMON POWER STATION

In July 2020, Contract Power secured the works to build a new power station at Fortescue Metals Group’s Solomon Iron Ore Mine in the Pilbara.

15 Rolls Royce Bergen (RRB) gas generators will be installed to deliver low-emission, medium speed units with market-leading fuel efficiency.

Construction will commence in Q3 2020 with completion scheduled for Q2 2022.

 

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Capricorn Metals – Karlawinda Gold Project

In May 2020, Contract Power was awarded the Build Own Operate (BOO) contract to supply power to the Capricorn Metals Karlawinda Gold Project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Construction will commence in Q4 2020, with an Operation target of Q2 2020.

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Horizon Power – Esperance Power Project

A 20 year Power Purchase Agreement has been awarded to supply power to Horizon Power customers in Esperance, commencing January 2022.

This includes the design, procurement, construction and operation of:

  • A highly efficient gas power station;
  • A 5.5MW Battery Energy Storage System (BESS);
  • Two new 4.3MW wind turbines; and
  • A 4MW central solar farm, comprising of more than 10,000 solar panels, making it the largest solar farm in Horizon Power’s renewable portfolio to date.

Having collaborated with Horizon Power on a number of power supply projects, Contract Power has an excellent track record in delivering power stations in regional Western Australia.

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