Prime Super, an independent super fund in Australia, has added two wind farms in Victoria to its growing renewable-energy platform. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The Chepstowe Wind Farm, which has been operational since April 2015, has the capacity to export 6 megawatts, and the Maroona Wind Farm, which has been operational since April 2018, has the capacity to export 6.8 megawatts.
The Chepstowe and Maroona wind farms bring the fund’s wind energy portfolio to a total of five wind farms, complementing Prime Super’s ownership of the Mortons Lane wind farm, which was acquired by the fund in 2021, and the Ferguson and Diapur wind farms, which were acquired in 2022. All five wind farms are located in Victoria.
The addition of the Chepstowe and Maroona wind farms increases the combined generation capacity across Prime Super’s wind energy portfolio to 52 megawatts — enough to power approximately 40,300 homes, according to PATRIZIA Infrastructure, Prime S