One of the largest solar farms connected to the National Electricity Market, Darlington Point was developed and is managed by Edify.
Located in the Riverina area of NSW, approximately 10km south of the town of Darlington Point, the solar farm is on the traditional lands of the Wiradjuri people across 1,993 acres of land
The farm has a power purchase agreement with Delta Electricity to supply 150 MW of renewable energy.
The Darlington Point Solar Farm contains nearly 1 million solar panels and provides cheap, clean green energy to over 110,000 homes.
Community, feedback and contacts
Community Feedback and Complaints
Community feedback and complaints can be made to the following contact details.
Phone: Chris Stewart (Safety, Health, Environment and Construction Manager): +61 448 611 785 Bevan Cassels (Construction Manager): +61 448 338 807
A copy of the current feedback and complaints register can be found here.
EIS and Statutory Approvals
Full details of current statutory approvals and the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and all associated appendices can be located at the NSW Planning Portal website at the following link: https://www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/major-projects/project/5266
The main report of the project EIS is also attached here.
The approved plans required under condition of consent are as per follows and attached:
– Accommodation and Employment Strategy
– Biodiversity Management Plan
– Chance Finds Protocol
– Environmental Management Strategy
– Traffic Management Plan
Copies of audit reports and response to audit reports are as per follows and attached:
– Darlington Point Solar Farm Independent Environmental Audit – September 2019
– Darlington Point Solar Farm Independent Environmental Audit 2019 – Department of Planning, Industry & Environment Response
Pre-construction compliance report
Construction compliance report one
Signal’s response letter Independent Environmental Audit
Stamped approved plans of the development
Construction Compliance report two
Construction Compliance report three
Construction Compliance report four