DeFrock will be publishing correspondence, discussions and notes of direct experiences country Australians have had in dealing with the wind farm Commissioner. A wide systemic show of public neglect and ruthless dismissal of many wind farm complaints has led Andrew Chapman to write an email which supports people he knows in his community that are … Continue reading Email to the NWFC re: medical research.
Almost 500 people displayed their anger at a Mortlake meeting, holding placards stating 'Enough is Enough!. Watch a live recording of the July Hawkesdale Meeting, learn about the Planning Process from the Department and hear the Commissioner's response to a long-suffering resident adversely impacted by the Cape Bridgewater wind farm.
The University of Canberra annually asks Australians to participate in a survey undertaken to support research that improves the well-being and quality of life of rural and regional people.
A Big Surprise to the Wind Commissioner and the Wind Industry Cabal? For an expenditure of some $1 million or more of taxpayers’ funds over the last three years the Wind Commissioner has been able to keep those country Australians with serious complaints about adjacent wind farms under “control,” whilst allowing the industry to siphon … Continue reading So Wind Farms Really are Health Hazards? (World Health Organisation Report, 10 October 2018)
Except for warfare, our society does not tolerate machinery that damages the public. In the case of wind projects the non-impacted public has been led to believe that harm done by wind projects is not real and therefore needs no correction. The Minister for Energy, Angus Taylor, is focussed on energy costs. Those matters are discussed in our post: Dealing with Excessive Power Costs. It was noted when Taylor took on the Ministry, that health matters deriving from wind turbines would not be the Minister’s responsibility. This is a pity.
Noise guidelines for wind projects are absolutely useless. Regardless, the so-called responsible authorities use them as permissible levels on which they approve an application for a permit to build a wind project. Guidelines are based on irrelevant parameters that cannot protect adjacent residents. They are the basis for a government licence to damage residents. There … Continue reading Rules for Wind Project Layouts
The Australian Industrial Wind Turbine Awareness Network (AIWTAN), has written and expressed the Networks concerns many times to the National Wind Farm Commissioner. Copied below is an open letter with 7 questions, which have not been adequately responded to by Mr Dyer. The WHO guidelines have since been updated and these unanswered questions remain relevant ~DeFrock.