TOWER embeds for the Murra Warra Wind Farm are starting to be installed.
A total of 61 embeds were created for the first stage of the farm – 41 were made overseas and 20 were made by Portland-based manufacturers Keppel Prince Engineering.
The embeds measure 6.2 metres wide and weigh more than two tonnes.
A high grade road system has almost been completed for the northern part of the project and has started for the southern part.
Works began on the 429 megawatt farm in March.
It is expected to create about 150 construction jobs and eight operational jobs during the first phase.
The farm will produce about 429 megawatts of power once fully operational and eliminate about 900,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions each year.
Once completed, the first stage of the farm will supply enough energy to power 220,000 homes.
It is expected to be fully operational by next year.