Coopers Gap wind farm EIS available to view and comment on

Spinning offshore wind turbines against pretty sky (wind turbine syndrome)
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Feedback on the EIS has been invited by AGL to have their say on the proposed wind farm to be located in southern Queensland.

AGL’s Coopers Gap wind farm project manager Neil Cooke said the EIS will be on public display for six weeks from 23 September to 7 November.

Residents have the choice of looking at the EIS online or they can view it in hard copy at each of the libraries in Bell, Chinchilla, Dalby, Jandowae, Blackbutt, Kingaroy, Nanango, Wondai and Proston.

AGL Will also be holding information sessions during the EIS exhibition period between 4pm and 6pm on Thursday October 13, at the Cooranga North memorial hall and between 9am and 1pm on Saturday October 15 at the Bell Bunya Community Centre.

“These sessions are a chance for the community meet the project team, learn more about the project and ask questions to help them inform their EIS submissions,” Mr Cooke said.

To view the EIS, click here.

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