Newsletter, February 2015

2 February 2015

Tesla comes to  Woodlawn Wind Farm

Following the launch of US-based Tesla Motors in Australia in December 2014, we jumped at the opportunity to welcome a proud Tesla-owner at the Woodlawn wind farm.

Young scientists-to-be inspect our farms

Every year in January, Australia’s brightest science students gather in the nation’s capital to attend the National Youth Science Forum. For the third year, the students headed out of town to visit the Woodlawn wind farm, and for the first time this year, the Capital East solar farm. You can follow the National Youth Science Forum or NYSF on Facebook at

Save the Lumley Rd Trees Project

Infigen is proud to support the Tarago Landcare Group on their quest to save the Lumley road trees (see the cheque handover published in the Bungendore Mirror here). The funding comes from proceeds of the Run with the Wind fun run held at the Woodlawn wind farm in October 2014.



The Tarago Landcare Group members were also volunteering at the fun run, making sure runners stayed hydrated.

The next community event planned with the help of the Australian Wind Alliance and Bungendore Cappuccino Cycle Club in the Capital Renewable Energy Precinct is the bicycle ride across the Capital wind farm. Stay tuned.