The feasibility phase of the project involves balancing the benefits of the Wind and Solar Farm against the impacts of the work that is being undertaken.

The feasibility work is being undertaken by ecologists, hydrologists, planning specialists, transport engineers, construction managers and solar and wind energy designers. As of mid 2017, over twenty companies  have all contributed to the feasibility assessment work to date.

Lacour is preparing to lodge applications with the Isaac Regional Council, the Queensland Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning and to the Federal Department of Energy and Environment to obtain Local,  State and Federal approvals.