Columboola Solar Farm

Solar and wind energy

CS Energy has added almost 300 megawatts of contracted renewables to our portfolio to support our customers’ decarbonisation requirements and help Queensland reach its target of 70 per cent renewables by 2032.

Many of our large commercial and industrial customers require a mix of thermal and renewable generation in their loads.

We offer renewables to our customers through our partnerships with wind and solar facilities, and underpin them with energy from our thermal generation assets.

Columboola Solar Farm


Columboola Solar Farm

CS Energy has a Power Purchase Agreement for 100 per cent of the output of the Columboola Solar Farm, a 162 MW facility near Miles on the Western Downs. We are on-selling this renewable energy to our customers Griffith University, CQUniversity and Queensland University of Technology. Stage 1 of the solar farm recently commenced commercial operations and the facility will reach its full capacity (Stage 2) in early 2023.


moura Solar Farm

The Moura Solar Farm is an 82 megawatt facility owned by MYTILINEOS and located approximately 12 km east of Moura in Central Queensland. CS Energy has an offtake for 70 per cent of the renewable generation produced at the solar farm, which we are onselling to our Queensland Government Procurement customers. 

Moura Solar Farm commenced operations in 2023.

Solar energy



kennedy energy park

We have an offtake for 100 per cent of the output of the 60 MW Kennedy Energy Park in north west Queensland.

The project comprises a 15 MW solar photovoltaic plant, 43.2 MW wind plant and 2 MW/4 MWh of battery storage and was developed by Windlab and Eurus Energy Holdings. We are also purchasing a proportion of the large-scale generation certificates from Kennedy Energy Park.

hughenden solar farm

CS Energy has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with BayWa r.e. Australia for a portion of the electricity and Large Generation Certificates (LGCs) from its Hughenden Solar Farm.

The 20 megawatt Hughenden Solar Farm is located on the outskirts of Hughenden in North West Queensland and has been operational since 2018.



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Boulder Creek Wind Farm

Boulder Creek Wind Farm is CS Energy's first investment in a large-scale wind farm, with a deal for 50 per cent equity and a 100 per cent energy offtake.

The wind farm will be located near Mount Morgan in Central Queensland and is expected to be operational in 2026. It is being developed by Aula Energy.

Banana Range Wind Farm

CS Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with EDF Renewables to progress the development of the Banana Range Wind Farm in Central Queensland.

Under the agreement, we're considering both an offtake agreement and equity participation in the proposed 230 MW wind farm near Biloela.


Wind farm