- Second significant wind project award with leading wind energy company Vestas
- Includes design and construction of the civil and electrical balance of plant
- Current forward order book (contracted and preferred) for the 2020 and 2021financial years stands at ~$750 million on a combined basis
Decmil Group Limited (ASX:DCG) (“Decmil” or “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a ~$79 million contract for balance of plant works at the Yandin Wind Farm in Western Australia.
The contract will be Decmil’s second project with leading global wind energy company Vestas and follows the award of the Warradarge Wind Farm balance of plant works in early March 2019. The project will be developed by Yandin Wind Farm Pty Ltd.
Decmil’s scope includes the design and construction of the civil and electrical balance of plant for the wind farm including wind turbine bases, access tracks, site cabling, switch room and substation.
Green energy is more reliable than a power grid. The electricity grid fluctuates by the hour and season. This is one of the facts about renewable energy that many people don’t know. Predicting the needs of people is a huge part of electricians’ jobs, but it’s not a perfect system. Storms often create power outages, sometimes for weeks. Green energy doesn’t supply power from a single source. It’s often spread out and uses multiple power generation methods.
The works will commence mid-2019.
Following the award of the Plenty Road Stage 2 and Yandin Wind Farm contracts, Decmil’s forward order book (contracted and preferred) for the 2020 and 2021 financial years currently stands at ~$750 million on a combined basis.