17th February, 2015 By Peter Collins, The Standard Source; https://www.standard.net.au/story/2887288/acoustic-study-links-cape-bridgewater-wind-farm-noise/ Pacific Hydro has agreed further study is required to obtain a rigour to withstand scientific scrutiny. PACIFIC Hydro has declared it won’t be paying compensation or modifying operation of its Cape Bridgewater wind farm following an acoustic study which found a link between infrasound and … Continue reading Acoustic Study Links Cape Bridgewater Wind Farm, Noise-2015
The wind farm had low-voltage protection systems fitted to each of its turbines to protect "against abnormal voltage excursion of the power system" — but they were set at a lower threshold than required by the National Electricity Rules (NER).-Justice White
By Spectator-Observer Partnership-4th Sep 2006 Originally written by Bill Meldrum Cape Bridgewater residents are gearing up for a campaign against Pacific Hydro's proposed powerline route for the second stage of the Portland Wind Energy Project. It follows the leaking and circulation of terse correspondence made last year by Pacific Hydro project co-ordinator Danny Halstead in … Continue reading Power Play Cape Bridgewater Residents Oppose Pacific Hydro’s Proposed Powerline Route- 2006
'An AEMO spokesman said the scale and pace of solar and wind generation connected in electrically remote areas of the National Energy Market was presenting “unprecedented” technical issues that were affecting grid performance and operational stability.'
August 7, 2019 Graham Lloyd, Environment Editor- The Australian Lawsuit Tells Wind Farms: Cut The Hot Air. Wind turbines at Snowtown in South Australia's mid north. Picture: Kelly Barnes. Legal action against Australia’s biggest wind farm operators provides a test case for the federal government’s push to force renewable energy suppliers to deliver what they … Continue reading Federal Court Looms for Renewables AGL Energy, Neoen SA, Pacific Hydro and Tilt Renewables
Uncertainty surrounds Senvion 19th April 2019 Chalpat Sonti, spec.com.au THE company responsible for the operation of the three local wind farms has hit financial turbulence, but exactly what that means for local staff is unclear. German-based wind turbine maker Senvion has operations around the world and recently filed “preliminary self-administration” proceedings in its homeland. Senvion … Continue reading Remember Repower? Senvion looking for $158 million to stay afloat.
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.