Consolidated Power Projects

Consolidated Power Projects (CPP) is an Australian electrical engineering company that specialises in providing project engineering and construction services for Electrical Infrastructure from Medium Voltage (MV) through to Extra High Voltage (EHV) installations throughout Australia.

CPP provides a complete turnkey solution from conceptual design through to final commissioning by bringing together experienced engineers, designers, project managers and construction personnel to take full responsibility for the entire project. CPP has extensive experience and expertise in delivering projects that range from traditional electrical infrastructure for power utilities, industry & mining through to the latest electrical infrastructure requirements for the renewable energy sector.

Since it was established in 1996, CPP has delivered more than 250 projects throughout Australia for customers such as ElectraNet; TransGrid; Powerlink; AGL; Essential Energy; Pacific Hydro; Roaring 40s; Senvion (formerly REPower/ Suzlon); Goldwind; Leighton; ABB; Siemens; Tenix; Country Energy; Jemena and CitiPower. Major projects include the Clements Gap Wind Farm; the Portland Wind Energy Project; the Snowtown Grid Connection; the Redhill Grid Connection; the Mokota Switching Station; the Cherry Gardens Substation re-build; the Tungkillo Switching Station; Macarthur Wind Farm Design and the Hallett Hill Wind Farm.

CPP is vendor neutral and provides flexible, cost effective, high quality design and construction services as an integrated single source solution.

CPP is focused on and committed to delivering quality projects on time to an agreed budget.

Consolidated Power Projects (CPP) is an Australian company that specialises in delivering successful High Voltage Electrical Infrastructure projects. CPP services include:

Our Projects are our Products


Locality : Jamestown, SA - Belalie 275kV Switching Station
Year : 2009 / 2010
Size : 275kV Switching Station for North Brown Hill Wind Farm

Cherry Gardens

Locality : Adelaide, South Australia
Year : 2006 / 2007
Size : 275/132kV Substation Re-build & Upgrade


Locality : Port Lincoln, 300km West of Adelaide, South Australia
Year : 2005
Size : 132/33kV Substation

Cape Bridgewater Wind Farm

Locality : 30km west of Portland, Victoria
Year : 2006 / 2007
Size : 54MW (27 x 2MW WTG's)


Locality : 150km North of Adelaide, South Australia
Year : 2007
Size : 132/33kV Substation