Coleambally Solar Farm

ICE worked for Bouygues-Construction Australia (BYCA) to install, test and terminate over 90 km of MV Cabling on the Coleambally Solar Farm.  Coleambally is a 150MW solar farm developed by Neoen Australia, an Australian subsidiary of French renewable energy company Neoen, in New South Wales (NSW), Australia.

The solar power plant has a combination of multi-crystalline and monocrystalline solar PV modules to produce solar energy from sunlight.  A total of 565,488 solar PV panels, spread across 550ha of land, is to be installed at the plant. The PV panels will be mounted on a total of 6,362 trackers.

This was ICE’s first major Solar project and required the mobilisation of  20+ men and women from our team.  Our proposal utilised an automated cable feeding system enabling the team to install cables at a rate far greater than conventional methods, providing the client with the efficiency required on these large scale farms.

Bouygues Construction Australia Pty Ltd (BYCA) is a construction and civil engineering company dedicated to providing world-class services in building, civil engineering, earthworks and infrastructure for mining services throughout Australia and New Zealand.

As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, BYCA is part of the Bouygues Group, a worldwide industrial group active in the sectors of construction (building, civil works, energy and services), property, roads, telecommunications and media.

Working with BYCA is a great opportunity for ICE, to grow in a new and environmentally sustainable industry.