Tilt Renewables has 322 operating turbines across 8 wind farms in Australia and New Zealand, with a total installed capacity of 636MW and an additional 336MW under construction. Tilt Renewables also has a significant development pipeline of wind and solar projects, with approvals for more than 2,651MW of installed capacity.
Tilt's management team have extensive wind farm development and operational expertise.
This Update explains why Infratil invested in Canberra Data Centres, Longroad Energy and Tilt Renewables, and outlines the investment plans of each of those businesses.
Comparisons between Tilt Renewables and Longroad Energy are a helpful way to appreciate that while both companies are seeking to develop a portfolio of wind and solar generation, the USA and Australia are quite separate jurisdictions presenting quite distinct challenges and opportunities.
9 Dec 2020
Tilt Renewables Limited (“TLT”) notes that AustralianSuper has approached Infratil (“IFT”) proposing a scheme to acquire 100% of IFT. In its response rejecting the proposal, IFT noted that the proposal materially undervalues the significant renewable energy and digital infrastructure platforms held by IFT and contained material conditions. Given IFT’s rejection of the...
16 Oct 2020
Tilt Renewables (“TLT”) presents its production results for the three months from 1 July 2020 to 30 September 2020 (“September 20 quarter”). All prior year results have been normalised to exclude Snowtown 2, “SWF2” which is no longer part of the portfolio.For the September 20 quarter, total group production was...
12 Oct 2020
Tilt Renewables advises that following the blade detachment incident on a single turbine at the Dundonnell Wind Farm on 5th October 2020, the required engineering investigation has now been undertaken and an assurance testing procedure has been developed to allow the unaffected turbines to be progressively returned to service in...
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