Exclusive- Simon Benson- National Affairs Editor P. 6 THE NATION, The Weekend Australian Mar 9-10 2019 Power prices could rise as much as 35 per cent under Labor's emissions reduction target, adding up to $1600 to the average annual electricity bill of some businesses, according to modelling commissioned by the Menzies Research Centre. The study … Continue reading Firms ‘face $1600 power hit’ under Labor
Background The acoustic definition of noise is unwanted sound. Properties near the Bald Hills wind farm are being affected by intrusive noise, loud enough to intrude on conversation and disturb the residents’ sleep. The South Gippsland Shire Council investigation into the complaints somehow concluded there were no impacts from the wind farm. This decision did not … Continue reading Bald Hills Wind Farm Adversely Affecting Residents
ABC's Landline television program aired a story on the development of wind farms in Western Victoria and how this 'gold rush' of wind, solar and battery farms impacts on the landscape, local people and farmers. Wind and Solar Developments are creating increasing stress and overload being placed onto the statewide grid, requiring further upgrades to … Continue reading ‘Gold Rush’ of Wind Farms in Western Victoria.
The Purpose of This Document/Post. Whilst DeFrock writers and editors independently research topics of interest, in many cases they come across documents written by others that are appropriate to the subject. This particular document was originally prepared for discussions with the Australian National Wind Farm Commissioner and owners of wind turbine projects (WTPs) considered by … Continue reading A Guide to Seeking Damages From Wind Energy Project Owners/Operators
The Problem. You know that your and your family’s health and well-being are deteriorating, that your home is no longer a place of rest (and is actually virtually unsaleable), and your surrounding countryside is an industrial park. Neighbours are divided. Social structures of a lifetime are destroyed. You, almost certainly correctly, put this down to … Continue reading Are You or Members of Your Family Windsick?
The December issue of the IPA Review has, on page 8, a full page picture of the Eiffel Tower supporting a wind turbine as an opener to Daniel Wild’s leading article on the Paris Accord. Before launching the blog, DeFrock, presented as a practical help to those country residents and farmers fighting wind turbines, consulted … Continue reading Imitation is the Best Form of Flattery.
DeFrock cares about people being negatively impacted by wind turbines found in the back yard, out in the media or in commercials. A petition about a Super Bowl advertisement has been sent around the world and the comments made are worth reading. Take a look at the advert below which has triggered an outcry, it … Continue reading Petition