Neoen acknowledges the Gomeroi & Anaiwan people, Traditional Owners of the land on which Thunderbolt Wind Farm will harvest the energy of the wind. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.


We have developed a Learning Hub to support local schools with curriculum-linked content about electricity and renewable energy.

Take a look at the stand-alone website which features videos, interactive game & lesson plans for upper primary & lower secondary students.

Launch Learning Hub

Dubbo Solar Farm in NSW shows how well agriculture and solar can combine, bringing some unexpected benefits. Neoen are proud to be leading the way in ‘agrisolar’.

A short video about this experience can be found in this video.

There are no issues with sheep-grazing co-existing with solar farms. It’s an opportunity and win-win for farmers and renewable energy producers.

Tom Warren, Land Owner

Dubbo Solar Hub in New South Wales


Agrisolar is the co-existence of agriculture and solar power generation on the same land.

2017 Parkes Trial
Our first sheep grazing trial was conducted at Parkes Solar Farm in 2017 during a high rainfall and high produce year. It was a joint exercise between Neoen, local landowners and solar construction company Bouygues.

The 3 week trial involved 400 sheep within a 15 hectares zone to help reduce dry grass under the solar panels in order to manage grass fire hazard. It successfully showed that this combined land use had positive outcomes for farmers and solar operators.

2019 Expert Review
By 2019 sheep grazing had begun on all five of our operating solar farms in NSW and Victoria. These activities were assessed by an independent grazier expert to document existing practices and make recommendations on how to integrate grazing into each stage of the solar farm’s lifecycle.

2020 CEC Agrisolar Report
We are leading a collaboration with the Clean Energy Council to bring together research, case studies and lessons from across the industry into a ground-breaking Agrisolar Report. This will help to guide and inform farmers, solar farm operators and government on how best to integrate agriculture and solar.

We are also continuing to explore other opportunities for combined land use including biodiversity and conservation, indigenous crops and carbon farming.

See how a local primary school in Bulgana, Victoria installed wind and solar, thanks to a Neoen community grant, to help students learn about renewable energy.