Collgar Renewables, operator of WA’s largest wind farm is pleased to announce the appointment of Sylvia Wiggins to its Board of Directors.
Appointed to both the Collgar Renewables and Collgar Wind Farm Boards in March 2023, Sylvia is a proven director, CEO and CFO and brings strong commercial judgment, deep sector expertise and the ability to engage and influence stakeholders at all levels.
In a career spanning 30 years, in Australia and overseas, Sylvia has led transformational business change in a range of sectors including energy, infrastructure, finance, funds management, transport and government.
Sylvia has a deep understanding of strategy development and execution, change management, M&A, synergy realization, public market finance, capital markets, capital allocation, the financial markets, treasury, tax and investor relations.
Sylvia has significant ESG, cyber-security and WHS skills at a board and operational level, and is passionate about business and understanding what drives commercial success.
Collgar CEO, Thomas Scott-Morey said, ‘Sylvia brings an immense wealth of knowledge to the Collgar Board and her expertise will be an enormous asset”.
“With the launch of Collgar Renewables in late 2022, Sylvia’s extensive experience in the energy and infrastructure industry will prove highly valuable and makes her the ideal person for this role. I look forward to working closely with Sylvia to continue to ensure Collgar drives innovation in the renewable energy sector, and finds meaningful solutions towards decarbonisation.”
A full list of Collgar Renewables Board members can be found here;
About Collgar Renewables
Collgar Renewables develops, owns, and operates renewable energy assets to contribute to the supply of clean energy to Western Australia.
Collgar Renewables operates WA’s largest wind farm located 25km south-east of Merredin. Collgar Wind Farm is a $750m renewable energy project and produced its first energy on 14 May 2011. The wind farm is built over a land envelope of 18,000 hectares and comprises 111 wind turbines with a total power production capacity of 222MW.
Both Collgar Renewables and Collgar Wind Farm are wholly owned by the Retail Employees Superannuation Trust (Rest). Rest is one of the largest profit-to-member superannuation funds in Australia by membership, with around 1.9 million members and around $70 billion in funds under management (as at 31 December 2022). Rest was established in 1988 and is open to all Australians. For more information visit www.rest.com.au .