NSW wind farm could deliver clean energy to 74,500 homes per year
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The Climate Spectator reported today (May 2) that a proposed wind farm project in New South Wales' Rugby area could provide clean energy for up to 74,500 homes if it is approved by the state government.
Although state guideline alterations and community concerns have meant that the wind farm proposal has had to reduce its scope - from 90 to 52 turbines - the companies involved in the project are still convinced of the benefits it will provide.
"If approved by the NSW government, the Rugby Wind Farm would inject over $95 million into the Rugby and Boorowa regions of NSW over the life of the wind farm," Chris Judd, managing director of REpower Australia, told the publication.
Posted by Charlie Moore