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Albury Renewable Energy Hub

NSW

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Albury City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2013 and has an installed capacity of 1.1MW, plus an additional 1.5MW solar PV system.  

Currently, the annual production for the Albury Renewable Energy Hub is approximately:

MWh Exported
10,500 
Homes Powered
1,900 
People Powered
4,800 
Cars Charged
210,000
Gas Extracted
5,005,000 M3
CO2e Abated
50,800 
Water Saved
16,940,000 litres
 Albury Renewable Energy Hub

Drysdale Renewable Energy Facility

VIC

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with the City of Greater Geelong. The facility was commissioned in 2018 and has an installed capacity of 1.067MW.

Currently, the annual production for the Drysdale Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
8,500 
Homes Powered
1,500
People Powered
3,900
Cars Charged
170,000
Gas Extracted
4,930,000 M3
CO2e Abated
50,900 
Water Saved
18,700,000 litres
 Drysdale Renewable Energy Facility

Copping Renewable Energy Facility

TAS

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Southern Waste Solutions. The facility was commissioned in 2019 and has an installed capacity of 1.067MW.

Currently, the annual production for the Copping Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
8,500 
Homes Powered
1,500
People Powered
3,900
Cars Charged
170,000
Gas Extracted
4,930,000 M3
CO2e Abated
43,400 
Water Saved
18,700,000 litres
 Copping Renewable Energy Facility

NAWMA Renewable Energy Hub

SA

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority . The facility was commissioned in 2017 and has an installed capacity of 1.1MW, plus an additional 1.25MW solar PV system.  

Currently, the annual production for the NAWMA Renewable Energy Hub is approximately:

MWh Exported
11,200
Homes Powered
2,000
People Powered
5,150
Cars Charged
224,000
Gas Extracted
5,850,000 M3
CO2e Abated
54,000
Water Saved
19,800,000 litres
 NAWMA Renewable Energy Hub

Awaba Renewable Energy Facility

NSW

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Lake Macquarie City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2007 and has an installed capacity of 0.85MW. 


Currently, the annual production for the Awaba Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
8,300
Homes Powered
1,500 
People Powered
3,800 
Cars Charged
166,000
Gas Extracted
5,395,000 M3
CO2e Abated
52,600 
Water Saved
18,260,000 litres
 Awaba Renewable Energy Facility

Ballarat Renewable Energy Facility

VIC

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Ballarat City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2008 and has an installed capacity of 1.56MW.

Currently, the annual production for the Ballarat Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
13,000 
Homes Powered
2,300 
People Powered
6,000 
Cars Charged
260,000
Gas Extracted
6,110,000 M3
CO2e Abated
65,850
Water Saved
28,600,000 litres
 Ballarat Renewable Energy Facility

Bendigo Renewable Energy Facility

VIC

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with the City of Greater Bendigo. The facility was commissioned in 2008 and has an installed capacity of 0.5MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Bendigo Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
4,000 
Homes Powered
700 
People Powered
1,800
Cars Charged
80,000
Gas Extracted
1,120,000 M3
CO2e Abated
13,800
Water Saved
8,800,000 litres
 Bendigo Renewable Energy Facility

Birkdale Renewable Energy Facility

QLD

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Redland City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2010 and has an installed capacity of 0.78MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Birkdale Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
6,500
Homes Powered
1,150 
People Powered
3,000 
Cars Charged
130,000
Gas Extracted
3,055,000 M3
CO2e Abated
31,000 
Water Saved
14,300,000 litres
 Birkdale Renewable Energy Facility

Darwin Renewable Energy Facility

NT

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Darwin City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2005 and has an installed capacity of 1.1MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Darwin Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
7,700
Homes Powered
1,400
People Powered
3,500
Cars Charged
154,000
Gas Extracted
4,998,500 M3
CO2e Abated
47,300 
Water Saved
16,918,000 litres
 Darwin Renewable Energy Facility

Eastern Creek Renewable Energy Facility

NSW

The Eastern Creek Renewable Energy Facility is a joint venture between LMS and Waste Asset Management Corporation. The facility was commissioned in 2008 and has an installed capacity of 7.7MW.  



Currently, the annual production for the Eastern Creek Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
60,000 
Homes Powered
10,600
People Powered
27,600
Cars Charged
1,200,000
Gas Extracted
39,000,000 M3
CO2e Abated
380,500
Water Saved
132,000,000 litres
 Eastern Creek Renewable Energy Facility

Hallam Renewable Energy Facility

VIC

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with SITA Australia. The facility was commissioned in 2007 and has an installed capacity of 7.7MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Hallam Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
56,000
Homes Powered
9,900
People Powered
25,800
Cars Charged
1,120,000
Gas Extracted
36,400,000 M3
CO2e Abated
369,150
Water Saved
123,200,000 litres
 Hallam Renewable Energy Facility

Ipswich Renewable Energy Facility

QLD

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Ipswich City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2004 and has an installed capacity of 0.8MW. 


Currently, the annual production for the Ipswich Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
5,500 
Homes Powered
1,000 
People Powered
2,500 
Cars Charged
110,000
Gas Extracted
2,585,000 M3
CO2e Abated
26,300
Water Saved
12,100,000 litres
 Ipswich Renewable Energy Facility

Mornington Renewable Energy Facility

VIC

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Mornington Peninsula Shire Council.  The facility was commissioned in 2002 and has an installed capacity of 0.78MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Mornington Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
6,000 
Homes Powered
1,100
People Powered
2,800
Cars Charged
120,000
Gas Extracted
2,820,000 M3
CO2e Abated
30,400 
Water Saved
13,200,000 litres
 Mornington Renewable Energy Facility

Newcastle Renewable Energy Facility

NSW

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Newcastle City Council.  The facility was commissioned in 2009 and has an installed capacity of 2.2MW. 


Currently, the annual production for the Newcastle Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
17,000 
Homes Powered
3,000
People Powered
7,800
Cars Charged
340,000
Gas Extracted
11,050,000 M3
CO2e Abated
107,800
Water Saved
37,400,000 litres
 Newcastle Renewable Energy Facility

Launceston Renewable Energy Facility

TAS

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Launceston City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2007 and has an installed capacity of 1.1MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Launceston Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
9,000 
Homes Powered
1,600
People Powered
4,100
Cars Charged
180,000
Gas Extracted
5,850,000 M3
CO2e Abated
50,900 
Water Saved
19,800,000 litres
 Launceston Renewable Energy Facility

Rochedale Renewable Energy Facility

QLD

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Brisbane City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2004 and has an installed capacity of 5.5MW. 


Currently, the annual production for the Rochedale Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
34,000 
Homes Powered
6,000 
People Powered
15,650
Cars Charged
680,000
Gas Extracted
22,100,000 M3
CO2e Abated
214,300
Water Saved
74,800,000 litres
 Rochedale Renewable Energy Facility

Shepparton Renewable Energy Facility

VIC

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with the City of Greater Shepparton. The facility was commissioned in 2009 and has an installed capacity of 0.8MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Shepparton Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
4,800 
Homes Powered
850 
People Powered
2,200
Cars Charged
96,000
Gas Extracted
2,256,000 M3
CO2e Abated
24,300
Water Saved
10,560,000 litres
 Shepparton Renewable Energy Facility

Stapylton Renewable Energy Facility

QLD

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Gold Coast City Council. The facility was acquired in 2014 and has an installed capacity of 3.0MW. 


Currently the annual production for the Stapylton Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
20,000 
Homes Powered
3,500
People Powered
9,200
Cars Charged
400,000
Gas Extracted
12,460,000 M3
CO2e Abated
121,500
Water Saved
44,000,000 litres
 Stapylton Renewable Energy Facility

Swanbank Renewable Energy Facility

QLD

ReOrganic Energy Swanbank is a joint venture between LMS and Remondis. The facility was redeveloped in 2012 to convert the site to a power generation project and today has an installed capacity of 1.5MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Swanbank Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
12,400
Homes Powered
2,200
People Powered
5,700
Cars Charged
248,000
Gas Extracted
6,836,000 M3
CO2e Abated
67,800
Water Saved
27,280,000 litres
 Swanbank Renewable Energy Facility

Wollert Renewable Energy Hub

VIC

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Hanson Landfill Services. The facility was commissioned in 2006 and has an installed capacity of 7.7MW, plus an additional 0.15MW solar PV system.  

Currently, the annual production for the Wollert Renewable Energy Hub is approximately:

MWh Exported
59,000 
Homes Powered
10,400
People Powered
27,150 
Cars Charged
1,180,000
Gas Extracted
38,350,000 M3
CO2e Abated
388,900
Water Saved
129,800,000 litres
 Wollert Renewable Energy Hub

Wyndham Renewable Energy Facility

VIC

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in parternship with Wyndham City Council. The facility was commissioned in 2003 and has an installed capacity of 4.0MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Wyndham Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
32,500
Homes Powered
5,750
People Powered
14,950
Cars Charged
650,000
Gas Extracted
19,450,000 M3
CO2e Abated
200,000
Water Saved
71,500,000 litres
 Wyndham Renewable Energy Facility

Wyong Renewable Energy Facility

NSW

This facility is owned and operated by LMS in partnership with Wyong Shire Council. The facility was commissioned in 2010 and has an installed capacity of 2.2MW.  

Currently, the annual production for the Wyong Renewable Energy Facility is approximately:

MWh Exported
17,500
Homes Powered
3,100
People Powered
8,050
Cars Charged
350,000
Gas Extracted
11,375,000 M3
CO2e Abated
111,000
Water Saved
38,500,000 litres
 Wyong Renewable Energy Facility