More Talks On AusNet Vic Transmission Line

More talks on AusNet Victorian transmission energy project as petition hits 12,000 signatures 1st December, 2021 By Laura Mayers and Stephen Martin, ABC Ballarat Source; https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-12-01/ausnet-attempt-to-assuage-concerns-victoria-transmission Landowners have come out in serious opposition to the Western Victoria Transmission Project(ABC Ballarat: Molly Finch) AusNet has begun another round of community consultation after releasing a confirmed planned … Continue reading More Talks On AusNet Vic Transmission Line

Outrage at AusNet $200,000 Offer

AusNet's offer of $200K for high voltage transmission lines sparks landholder outrage 10th November, 2021 By Laura Mayers and Nicole Chvastek, ABC Ballarat Source; https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-11-10/ausnet-landowner-outrage-despite-200000-dollar-per-tower/100608244 The community is angry about plans to run high-voltage powerlines through Western Victoria.(Supplied: Moorabool and Central Highlands Power Alliance) AusNet has released its compensation plan for landowners willing to give … Continue reading Outrage at AusNet $200,000 Offer

Victorian Farmer Ploughs Message To Ausnet Over Powerline Project Into Myrniong Paddock

2nd August 2020 by Daniel Miles-ABC South West Vic Source: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-08-02/victorian-farmer-ploughs-message-to-ausnet-powerlines-myrniong/12516126 Farmer Peter Muir normally grows canola, wheat and barley in this western Victorian paddock(Supplied: Moorabool And Central Highlands Power Alliance) A western Victorian farmer has taken a plough to one of his most productive paddocks to send a message to the company behind a … Continue reading Victorian Farmer Ploughs Message To Ausnet Over Powerline Project Into Myrniong Paddock

How’s The Serenity? Stephen Curry From The Castle Joins Farmers’ Fight Against Mega Powerline Project.

'Moorabool Shire Mayor David Edwards said the council was pushing for the powerlines to go underground.

"For council to say, 'We just want the project to go away', that's not reality," he said.

"The project will go ahead … but what we've got to do is make sure it's the least impact to the community.

"The negative impact shouldn't be borne by regional Victoria just to feed metropolitan Melbourne. We've been very clear about that."' by Lisa Martin-ABC Ballarat.

Lal Lal Wind Farm Uses Radar For Aircraft Lights

July 27, 2019-Alex Ford, The Courier In an Australian-first, radar-activated aviation lights have been installed on turbines at the Lal Lal Wind Farm east of Ballarat. First: One of the radar detectors on a turbine outside Yendon. Pictures: Lachlan Bence Instead of leaving aviation lights on at all times on the turbines, or removing them … Continue reading Lal Lal Wind Farm Uses Radar For Aircraft Lights