Carl Keating has worked in the renewable energy sector since the early years, breaking new ground on the Lake Bonney Stage One Project in 2003 - a 46 turbine wind farm project that was the first large scale project in Australia. Since that time, Carl has managed the teams that have delivered many of Australia's largest renewable energy projects, from initial concept design through to handover. Carl believes in fostering talent and bringing out the very best in a team.
With more than 30 years’ experience in engineering projects and renewables, Carl's hope is that Zenviron will provide opportunities for people and communities to thrive in the decades to come, becoming a platform for new technologies and new opportunities, not currently imagined.
2012 – 2015
Ararat Wind Farm: 75 turbines, 240MW*
Mt Mercer Wind Farm: 64 turbines, 131MW
Boco Rock Wind Farm: 67 turbines, 113MW
Taralga Wind Farm: 55 turbines, 107MW
2007 – 2012
Hallet Wind Farm: 45 turbines, 95MW
Snowtown Wind Farm: 47 turbines, 98MW
Waubra Wind Farm: 128 turbines, 192MW
Capital Wind Farm: 67 turbines, 140MW
Lake Bonney Stage 3 Wind Farm: 13 turbines, 39MW
Collgar Wind Farm: 111 turbines, 206MW
2003 – 2006
Emu Downs Wind Farm: 48 turbines, 79MW
Alinta Wind Farm: 54 turbines, 90MW
Yambuk Wind Farm: 20 turbines, 30MW
Canunda Wind Farm: 23 turbines, 46MW
Lake Bonney Stage 1 Wind Farm: 46 turbines, 80MW
* Through until contract award.