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RATCH-Australia is an independent power producer in Australia and owns an increasing portfolio of power generation assets, generating more than 815 MW as of Apr 2014. These consist of ownership, or an interest in gas power stations and wind farms around Australia.

Interactive Map of sites around Australia.
Please click on the site names for more information.

RATCH-Australia is an unlisted public company, incorporated in Australia and owned by the major Thai power generation company, Ratchaburi Electricity Generation Holding PCL (RATCH) (80%), and the Australian engineering services company, Transfield Worley Power Services Ltd. (20%).

RATCH-Australia’s operating wind farm assets include:

  • Toora Wind Farm, VIC – 21 MW
  • Windy Hill Wind Farm, QLD – 12 MW
  • Starfish Wind Farm, SA -  34.5 MW

  • Collector Wind Farm, NSW (approved) 228MW
  • Mt Emerald Wind Farm in north Queensland is awaiting approval – In early June 2014, the project was ‘called in’ by the Queensland Government so that it can continue the approval process.

This site will be updated as the approval process continues. 

RATCH-Australia also owns and manages Open Cycle Gas Turbines (OCGT) and Combined Cycle Gas Turbines (CCGT) power stations with its investments in:

  • Kemerton WA – 334 MW,
  • Townsville (Qld) – 234 MW and
  • BP Kwinana (WA) – 118 MW power stations.

Collinsville Power Station used to be coal fired and is now decommissioned under care and maintenance. RATCH-Australia is looking at options of Solar PV and Solar Thermal.

If you have a question about any of our projects, please use our Contacts page to direct your enquiry.  We will get back to you promptly.

             
     
     
 


RATCH-Australia is committed to being a good Corporate citizen.  We support activities in the regions within which we operate our assets.  Information about our latest projects are found here

At our development sites, we release regular Community Newsletters.

 

 

 
Scientific Reports from our sites are located at the relevant site link. These include:

  • Environmental Impact Statement research
  • Development Application information
  • Reports and images

You can also access:

  • Frequently Asked Questions Fact Sheets

If you have a question that is not answered here, please contact us via our Contacts page, and we will try to answer it for you.

 
The Australian Electricity Market Operator (AEMO) operates Australia’s National Electricity Market. 

To see a graph of the latest price of, and demand for, generated energy, follow this link:

http://www.aemo.com.au/Electricity