To Worksafe Victoria

25th January, 2021 Source; Wind Farm Living WorkSafe Senior InspectorWorkSafe Victoria.1 Malop St.Geelong, VIC 3220 Attention: WorkSafe Victoria Senior Inspector, RE: Formal Complaint: Unprotected Power Plant operating at the Macarthur Wind Farm, Gerrigerrup Road, Hawkesdale, Vic. I have attempted on multiple occasions to alert WorkSafe Victoria to the dangerous practices currently being undertaken by AGL … Continue reading To Worksafe Victoria

Open Letter To Moyne Shire Councillors: Ryan Corner – Strategic Planning

4th March 2021 Wind Farm Living Moyne Shire CouncillorsMayor Meade                     daniel.meade@moyne.vic.gov.auCouncillor Purcell              james.purcell@moyne.vic.gov.auCouncillor Doukas             jdoukas@moyne.vic.gov.auCouncillor Foster               karen.foster@moyne.vic.gov.auCouncillor Lockett             jordan.lockett@moyne.vic.gov.auCouncillor Smith                ian.smith@moyne.vic.gov.auCouncillor Gleeson            damian.gleeson@moyne.vic.gov.au Dear Councillors, RE: Open Letter to Moyne Shire Councillors; Ryan Corner – Strategic Planning Dear Councillors, let me explain what you have voted not to do,Once you realise that 40 decibels (40dB) of noise in a rural … Continue reading Open Letter To Moyne Shire Councillors: Ryan Corner – Strategic Planning

D’Ambrosio Says New Wind Proposals Could Come ‘from all parts of Victoria’

This energy minister has been in the role for 6 years so an understanding of community concerns of wind farm adverse impacts and residents attitudes that 'enough is enough' would be expected. Discussion of 'best locations' and fast-tracking approvals for new wind farms in Victoria while saying most approvals don't get off the ground, is … Continue reading D’Ambrosio Says New Wind Proposals Could Come ‘from all parts of Victoria’

Wind Farm Says Sharing Power Lines Sometimes ‘Not Practicable’-2018

24th April, 2018 By Everard Himmelreich, The Standard https://www.standard.net.au/story/5360107/wind-farm-says-sharing-power-lines-is-difficult/  Visual impact: Metal pylons erected to carry transmission lines from the Salt Creek wind farm stand over standard power poles near the Terang terminal station. Calls by the south-west community for wind farm companies to share transmission lines were difficult to accommodate when new south-west wind farms were … Continue reading Wind Farm Says Sharing Power Lines Sometimes ‘Not Practicable’-2018

Coopers Gap Wind Farm Needs Major Repairs.

Australia’s biggest wind farm at Coopers Gap to undergo major repairs 4th May 2020 Giles Parkinson, Renew Economy https://reneweconomy.com.au/australias-biggest-wind-farm-at-coopers-gap-to-undergo-major-repairs-16117/ The 458MW Coopers Gap wind farm in south west Queensland, the newest and biggest wind project built to date in Australia – is to undergo major repairs after faults were found in its commissioning process. AGL, … Continue reading Coopers Gap Wind Farm Needs Major Repairs.

Blade Falls From Dundonnell Wind Farm Turbine

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