The future of the Murra Warra Wind Farm has been described as "bleak" after the project's turbine supplier and installer entered administration.
Germany-based company Senvion "filed for self-administration proceedings" on Tuesday after financing discussions with lenders did "not come to a positive conclusion".
Victorian CFMEU assistant secretary Shaun Reardon said while no members have lost jobs, uncertainty surrounds the site.
"The future of the job looks bleak. There was supposed to be a stage two for Murra Warra commencing straight after stage one was complete, but now that doesn't look like it will go ahead," he said.
"I couldn't see another turbine manufacturer picking up the tender on such short notice considering the amount of work there is in the renewable sector at the moment.
"None of our members have lost their jobs, workers on the site have been in the sheds but are still being paid."
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Senvion chief executive Yves Rannou said the company is working to find a financing offer to continue operations and get out of self-administration.
"We aim to use the self-administration proceedings to focus on restoring a profitable and sustainable business for our group faster," he said.
"We are in the process of discussing financing options."
A Murra Warra Wind Farm spokesperson told Wimmera Mail-Times despite Senvion's issues, the project will continue as normal.
"The project has been monitoring Senvion's financial position over the past months and project progress remains on track," the spokesperson said.
"Project progress continues according to plan and the site was energised this week signalling electricity generation to the grid is imminent."
The first of the 116 turbines were installed at the project in January this year. It was expected to power 220,000 homes across the state each year and reduce 900,000 tonnes of greenhouse gases annually.
Senvion said day-to-day business operations and existing service and maintenance contracts will continue.
"Although we could not yet win some breathing space through a financial restructuring, Senvion has a fundamentally sound and strong business model," Mr Rennou said.
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