Archive: AGL (34)

Archived articles are listed below from most to least recent. You will find links to even older posts beneath the list.

Pollard, J & R. Submission to 2015 Select Committee on Wind Turbines

When the wind farm commenced we had no idea that we would be so badly affected by the turbines.” We live 2.5 Kilometres from the nearest turbine of the Oaklands Hill Wind farm at Glenthompson Victoria. … Read On »

Lloyd, G. Tougher Scrutiny on Wind Farming After Crossbench Talks

GRAHAM LLOYD, Environment Editor, Sydney The Australian June 18, 2015  Mary Morris, at the Waterloo windfarm north of Adelaide, conducted one of the only studies accepted by the National Health and Medical Research Council. Picture: Kelly Barnes … Read On »

Community for the Accurate Impact Assessment of the Dalton Power Station (CAIAD)

Director, Major Infrastructure Assessment Department of Planning Sydney NSW 2001 September 19, 2011 Dear Sir/Madam, SUBMISSION IN RESPONSE TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE AGL DALTON POWER PROJECT  The Community for Accurate Impact Assessment of the Dalton … Read On »

Dalton Power Station Proposal — Community submission to ‘Excessive Noise’ Senate Inquiry

SUBMISSION TO THE RENEWABLE ENERGY (ELECTRICITY) AMENDMENT (EXCESSIVE NOISE FROM WIND FARMS) BILL 2012 By Andrea Strong on behalf of the Community for the Accurate Impact Assessment of the Dalton Power Station (CAIAD) Whether low frequency noise … Read On »

Macarthur

Moyne Shire Council on Notice, Breaches of Human Rights at AGL’s Macarthur Facility

Background The Moyne Shire Council is the Responsible Authority for AGL’s Macarthur Wind Project in south western Victoria. The project was formerly owned … Read On »

Warnambool Standard Letters — Moyne Shire Council Neglects Duty of Care to Residents

Warnambool Standard Newspaper, whose readership includes residents affected by AGL’s Macarthur Wind Farm, published the following letters in response to an article about Councillor Jim Doukas on September 25, 2014.  Read Andrew Brady’s article about Councillor Doukas → Letter … Read On »