Stubbo Solar Farm

Farming and renewable energy working together

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Project details

The Stubbo Solar Farm will convert the abundant sunshine from across the Central West region of NSW into enough clean renewable energy to power more than 150,000 NSW homes.

The project is expected to create up to 400 jobs during construction, up to 10 ongoing jobs and contracting opportunities for local suppliers and businesses.

Detailed project description

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Construction Jobs:



Ongoing jobs:


Solar Energy

Solar technology:

Single axis tracking

Generation capacity

Generation Capacity:

400 MW

Renewable energy

Renewable energy:

100 GWh a year

Number of homes supplied

Homes supplied:


Greenhouse gasses

CO2 reduction:

600,000 tonnes a year

Energy storage battery


Investigating battery

Our community


The project will bring farming and renewable energy together, creating jobs and economic development and helping to maintain the community’s close agricultural link to the land.

Working with the community

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Stubbo Solar Farm location map


The project site is located across a study area of 1,750 hectares of cleared grazing land in the locality of Stubbo, 10 kilometres north of Gulgong. The small rural area is characterised by its flat open land with a relatively small number of nearby residences.

Detailed location information

Project timeline

Scoping report


Consultation and preparation of planning documents


Development consent

Design and engineering


News and updates

14 July 2021 Latest news

Stubbo Solar Farm and Battery Project approved by NSW Government

The 400 MW Stubbo Solar Farm and Battery Project has been approved by the NSW Government, Read More

17 March 2021 Project updates

You’re invited to our latest community information drop-in session

Our latest community information drop-in session will be held in Gulgong this […] Read More

12 January 2021 Project updates

Stubbo Solar Farm EIS on public exhibition

The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Stubbo Solar Farm has now […] Read More

11 November 2020 Project updates

Key feedback at Community Information Session

Valuable feedback on the proposed 400-megawatt Stubbo Solar Farm was provided on several key issues at the Community Information Session held late last month in Gulgong. Read More

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