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Warhook Solar Farm

The Warhook Solar Farm project is located about nine kilometres north east of the town of Miles on about 1,200 hectares across three private rural properties.

Once operational, the solar farm will have a capacity of 200 megawatts (MW) and will use solar photovoltaic panels to generate electricity. It will also include a step-up substation, site office and storage area.

Development approval has been granted by the Western Downs Regional Council and we are currently progressing the grid connection process. 



Location: Miles, Queensland 

Maximum Capacity: 200 MW 


  • Solar Photovoltaic Panels
  • Located 9km north east of Miles, QLD
  • Stationed across 1,200 hectares of rural land

Contact us

Ph 1800 845 067

Email: [email protected] 

Supplier and employment opportunities

ENGIE has a robust local engagement strategy and is firmly committed to creating jobs for local people and engaging with Indigenous and local suppliers. Whether it’s earthworks, infrastructure, building contractors, machinery operators and engineering, or accommodation, administration, catering, freight and cleaners – a number of skills and suppliers will be required during the construction phase of the project.

The proposed project will be delivered for and on behalf of ENGIE via ‘head contractors’. The head contractors will be responsible for subcontracting a range of skills and suppliers. As part of our key objectives for the project, ENGIE will continue to work closely with its head contractors to ensure the delivery and quality of opportunities for local and First Nations peoples and suppliers.

We encourage local suppliers, businesses and job seekers to register their details if you would like to be included in opportunities to supply goods and services for consideration by our head contractors.  

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