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
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
(SF6) 'has the highest global warming potential of any known substance. It is 23,500 times more warming than carbon dioxide (CO2)'. "In the end, the electrical industry lobby was too strong and we had to give in to them," said Dutch Green MEP Bas Eickhout, who was responsible for the attempt to regulate F-gases. "The electric sector was very strong in arguing that if you want an energy transition, and you have to shift more to electricity, you will need more electric devices. And then you also will need more SF6.
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
A wonderful collection of Art, Photography, Film, Poems and Stories has been collated to celebrate the beautiful and historically precious landscape at Stockyard Hill, Skipton and surrounds. The contributions displayed opened visitors and the communities eyes to what beauty surrounds them, before the encroachment of an industrial wind farm, it's network of powerlines, towers, roads, construction blasting and mining.