Archive: Pacific Hydro (45)

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

Environmental Health Diary

This sheet is a proforma of the Environmetal Health Diary used by Rapley and Atkinson at field research in Lithgow, NSW in December, 2015, such research funded by the Waubra Foundation. The form was developed by … Read On »

Ware, M. Wind Turbine Effects Felt on a Daily Basis

Letter to the Editor — Hamilton Spectator, July 16, 2016 Melissa Ware — Cape Bridgewater MP Dan Tehan has stood by allowing these developments and has virtually ignored these issues. Not once has he stood up … Read On »

Nicholson, R. Submission to Senate Select Committee on Wind Turbines

Rikki Nicholson, Senate submission No 337 I am writing as a Pacific Hydro wind factory refugee from Cape Bridgewater, whose family has endured six years of horrendous impacts including sleep deprivation, severe headaches, severe nausea, inability … Read On »

Lloyd,G. Wind Farm Noise Compliance Reports Faked: Senator John Madigan

GRAHAM LLOYD Environment Editor The Australian September 18, 2015 All levels of government have been duped by sham compliance reports which allowed major wind farms to breach noise limits and collect millions of dollars in subsidies, says … Read On »

Madigan, Sen. John, Corruption & Fraud in the Power Generation Industry

Senator John Madigan, Speech in Federal Senate, Australian Parliament September 15, 2015 Tonight I speak about corruption and fraud in the power generation industry. The Senate Wind Turbine Inquiry’s final report made 15 important recommendations. Today, I … Read On »

Leyonhjelm, Sen. David, Wind Turbines Select Committee Report

Senator David Leyonhjelm. Speech to the Australian Federal Senate Thursday 13 August, 2015 BY AUTHORITY OF THE SENATE SPEECH Senator LEYONHJELM (New South Wales) (18:21): Today I take the opportunity to inform the Senate about the … Read On »

Kermond, J. Submission to 2015 Select Committee on Wind Turbines

…symptoms included headaches, nausea, fatigue, sleep deprivation, dizziness, loss of concentration and cognitive skills, heart palpitations, fluctuations in blood pressure with no correlation, depression, head and ear pressure increasing to an unbearable level, cramping pain in … Read On »

Glenelg Shire Council, Submission — 2011 Senate Inquiry into Wind Farms

The Social and Economic Impact of Rural Wind Farms From Glenelg Shire Council Parliament of Australia Senate Inquiry Introduction  I appreciate the opportunity for Glenelg Shire Council to provide a submission to the Inquiry into the … Read On »