Blade falls from Dundonnell Wind Farm turbine, launching investigation 6th October 2020 By Jackson Graham, The Standard https://www.standard.net.au/story/6957141/wind-farm-stops-after-blade-falls-from-turbine/ LOST BLADE: The wind farm with the missing blade pictured from Hamilton Highway. Picture: Supplied. A BLADE has fallen from a south-west wind farm, launching an investigation to determine exactly how the dangerous incident occurred. Tilt Renewables … Continue reading Blade Falls From Dundonnell Wind Farm Turbine
“We can only fight it on planning grounds whereas we think it needs to be debated at a much wider level,” she said.
“They are selling the wind farm to council as an answer to climate change and greenhouse gas but it is not.”~ Kathy Russell, Mt Pollock Landscape Guardians.
"There were high winds all week and ironically, it could have been the wind that knocked over the mast..."~ Tash Blake, Strzlecki Community Alliance
Eagle-eyed residents near the Lal Lal Windfarm have spotted a wind turbine missing one of its three blades.
Thought to have occurred last night, locals have noticed the turbines at Spreadeagle Road near Yendon have not been running this morning.