Exactly how wind developers pull the wool over potential turbine lease holders, eyes. (again)
Attached are copies from the Hamilton Spectator. Retyped below for easier reading.
Make sure you read Annie Gardner’s letter to the editor. This is so typical of the industry and the tours they take prospective hosts and selective neighbours on.
Victorian wind farms host interstate community tours
Tim Nelson Aug 15, 2016
AGL Energy Limited’s (AGL) Macarthur and Oaklands Hill Wind Farms recently played host to community members living near the proposed Coopers Gap Wind Farm project in western Queensland.
Thirty-eight people toured the two wind farms and met with local turbine hosts, wind farm neighbours, wind farm workers and local businesses and had the opportunity to ask questions and discuss any concerns they had about wind farms.
Coopers Gap Wind Farm project manager, Neil Cooke, said apart from the tour giving attendees the opportunity to experience an operating wind farm first hand, the Macarthur and Glenthompson communities…
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