TRUenergy in conciliation over Stony Gap wind
TRUenergy and Goyder Council will hold a conciliation conference next week in an attempt to reconcile differences regarding the proposed $300 million Stony Gap wind farm near Burra in South Australia.
The development rejection was the first time an application had been rejected under South Australian Government legislation at council level.
The Development Assessment Panel of Goyder Council ruled that the development would adversely and unreasonably affect the health of locals as a result of noise and vibration emitted from the 41 turbines.
TRUenergy said noise emmissions from the turbines would fall within guidelines set by the Environment Protection Authority.
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