Australia’s Moorabool Wind Power Project is located in the power load center in the western region of Victoria, Australia, about 70 km from Melbourne, nearly 27 km southeast of Ballarat. The project extends roughly 14 km north and south between Ballan and Mount Wallace. The project uses 104 GW136-3.0MW direct-drive permanent magnet generators from Goldwind Technology, with an installed capacity of 312MW, which can produce about 1.05 billion kWh of electricity per year. The project comprises two areas, the Southern Area and the Northern Area, each with a 33/132kV booster station and other grid-connected facilities. There are 54 wind turbine sites in the Southern Area, with an installed capacity of 162 MW. There are 50 wind turbine sites in the Northern Area, with an installed capacity of 153 MW. The construction began in July 2018, and the wind farm has partially been operational by the end of 2020. The compliance testing with theAustralian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) was completed at full capacity in 2022.