Kilara Energy

Kilara Energy is a utility scale wind and solar energy developer.

About Kilara Energy

The business brings together the financial strength and resources of the Kilara Group and the skills and experience of Australian renewable energy industry veteran Andrew Thomson, former member of the Board of Directors of the Clean Energy Council and Managing Director of Acciona Energy.

The focus of the business includes:

  • Site origination and landowner relations;
  • Project development including resource monitoring and assessment, site feasibility assessments and design, community - stakeholder relations, development approvals and interconnection, and
  • Project commercialisation including negotiations of connection agreements, equipment selection and tendering, offtake and project finance.

Our Mission

To contribute in a meaningful way to the deployment of utility scale renewables across Australian landscapes and to the nation’s response to the climate emergency, bringing benefits to rural and first nations communities in the process.

Experience, Innovation and purpose

Kilara Energy’s activities are underpinned by deep knowledge and experience across the entire project cycle. Backed by patient capital and a long-term mindset, with a business model that is nimble and entrepreneurial, Kilara Energy is well placed to contribute to the continued expansion of Australia’s renewables industry.

Kilara’s strategically placed investments in emerging energy technology companies and grid transformation (for example; Watt Watchers & Amber) provide a strong platform from which to blend innovation with experience. Moreover, our extensive partnerships across industry along with the guidance and support of key advisors ensures diversity in skills, insights and experience needed to successfully advance our mission.

Our commitment to Best Practice

Kilara Energy is committed to honouring the Clean Energy Council’s Best Practice Charter in our renewable energy projects.

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