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The Project
The Project OMEGA XXI® is a Wind Farm project to be developed along the States of New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria. The Wind Farms will consist of a prototype of two turbines MLV40® mod 5.6 in Victoria, a wind farm of 30 towers of 1MW capacity, consisting of 8 turbines in each tower. This wind farm has a potential installed capacity of up to 78,000 MWh per year. And is planned to be allocated in the State of New South Wales.
And finally, there will be a wind farm to be in South Australia. This Wind Farm will consist of 66 towers of 3MW capacity consisting of 25 turbines in each tower, with a potential capacity of up to 600,000 MWh per year.

The wind farms will be connected to the electrical grid by cables that will run from the wind farm to the new and most revolutionary 21 MW ACU® Batteries adapted and ready to pump the electricity at the most convenient slot of time. The Renewable Energy Target is an Australian Government scheme designed to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases in the electricity sector and encourage the additional generation of electricity from sustainable and renewable sources. The Renewable Energy Target works by allowing both large-scale power stations and the owners of small-scale systems to create large-scale generation certificates and small-scale technology certificates for every megawatt hour of power they generate. Within the NSW and South Australia Planning and Environment Departments will be designated the potential Wind Farms to be acquired based in the target of the Project.