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Proponent: AAPowerlink Australia Assets Pty Ltd

Overview

AAPowerlink Australia Assets Pty Ltd is proposing to establish a large-scale solar farm and energy storage facility in the Barkly region, NT, with power exported via a high-voltage direct current transmission network to Murrumujuk on Gunn Point Peninsula, north-east of Darwin, and then sub-sea cable through NT, National and International waters to Singapore.

Stage 1: Referral

NT EPA notices about referral

Public consultation on the referral

Statutory Notice ( 19 October 2020)

The NT EPA published a statutory notice on 19 October 2020 inviting public comment on a proponent initiated EIS referral submitted by Sun Cable Pty Ltd to develop the Australia-ASEAN Power Link.

Interested persons were invited to make a submission by 27 November 2020. The NT EPA published the notice in accordance with regulation 52(1) of the Environment Protection Regulations 2020.

Submissions received on the referralType
Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority PDF (529.6 KB)
Arid Lands Environment Centre PDF (472.4 KB)
Department of Environment, Parks and Water security PDF (4.5 MB)
Department of Health PDF (134.1 KB)
Department of Industry Tourism and Trade PDF (1.5 MB)
Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics PDF (222.7 KB)
Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities PDF (147.9 KB)
Department of the Chief Minister and Cabinet PDF (500.0 KB)
Environment Centre NT PDF (216.9 KB)
Nurrdalinji Native Title Corporation PDF (1.4 MB)
Robin Evans PDF (128.9 KB)
Ron Harbeck PDF (121.2 KB)

Impact assessment documents

Referral documentsType
Referral Form PDF (691.8 KB)
Referral Main Report PDF (21.0 MB)
Referral Appendices PDF (28.0 MB)
Statement of Reasons PDF (1.4 MB)
Draft Terms of Reference PDF (1.7 MB)

Stage 2: Assessment

Significant variation (section 51)

NT EPA notices about the significant variation

Documents

Significant variationType
Significant variation form PDF (493.1 KB)
Significant variation - Main Report PDF (7.7 MB)
Draft amended Terms of Reference (prepared by proponent) PDF (1020.2 KB)
Statement of Reasons (prepared by proponent) PDF (65.4 KB)

Public consultation on the significant variation

Statutory Notice (13 August 2021)

The NT EPA published a statutory notice on 13 August 2021 inviting public comment on a significant variation and amending terms of reference for the Australia-ASEAN Power Link, submitted by Sun Cable Pty Ltd.

Interested persons were invited to make a submission by 24 September 2021. The NT EPA published the notice in accordance with regulation 170(1) of the Environment Protection Regulations 2020.

Submissions received on the significant variationType
Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority PDF (579.0 KB)
Department of Environment, Parks and Water Security PDF (1021.6 KB)
Department of Industry Tourism and Trade PDF (1.9 MB)
Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics PDF (1.1 MB)
Department of the Chief Minister and Cabinet PDF (71.5 KB)
Environment Centre NT PDF (3.9 MB)
Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities PDF (190.8 KB)
Department of the Attorney General and Justice PDF (150.1 KB)

Terms of reference

Terms of Reference for an Environmental Impact StatementType
Terms of Reference for an EIS - 5 October 2021 PDF (1.5 MB)

Environment Impact Statement

Please refer to the NT EPA consultation page

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