InterGen Energy Holdings (Australia) Pty Ltd

Overview

InterGen Energy Group Holdings (Australia) Pty Ltd is an Australian foreign-owned private company that is the owner and operator of two power generation investments that supply electricity in Australia. The company is administered from its head office in Brisbane and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Netherlands-based OzGen NV, a funds management company.

The company is under administration. PPB Advisory have been appointed as the administrators. 

InterGen Energy Group Holdings (Australia) is solely active in the generation of electricity from two thermal power plants in Callide and Millmerran in Queensland.

  • Callide C Power station is a coal-fired station, located 18 kilometres east of Biloela in central Queensland with InterGen having a 25% ownership.
  • Millmerran Power is a coal-fired power station that supplies electricity to approximately 1.1 million households and sells all of its electricity into the National Electricity Market. The power station is located near the town of Millmerran in southern Queensland with Intergen holding a 29% interest. 

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Fossil Fuel Electricity Generation in Australia
Financial Asset Investing in Australia

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