NSW planning department has approved the development of a 55 turbine wind farm near Collector, north of ACT, despite vocal opposition.
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People who host wind turbines on their properties and derive rental income from wind energy have important stories to tell, but is anyone listening?
Acoustic engineering group says infrasound generated by wind turbines is often less than a person’s heart-beat.
Infigen Energy wins final approval for Bogandora wind farm, after NSW planning commission dismisses concerns turbine noise will affect residents’ health.
Nocebos can bring about anything from erectile dysfunction to asthma attacks. For the wind turbine industry, they’re a huge cause for concern.
GE, with Sandia National Laboratories, has announced a new design model for low-noise wind turbine blades that could achieve a 2% increase in output.
Independent study finds no change in infrasound levels since construction of the AGL co-owned 420MW Macarthur Wind Farm.
In the absence of evidence of harm from wind turbines, decades-old research on a non-existent turbine, never installed in Australia, becomes breaking news.
New report reaffirms anti-wind propaganda such as that spread by Sarah Laurie might cause greater health impacts than wind farms themselves.
The attachment of ‘scientifically baseless’ health risks to wind farms is nothing new, but the effect it will have on property prices is proven.
Two new studies suggest cause of health complaints by people living near wind farms could be caused by scare campaigns of anti-wind groups.
After baying for research into health effects of wind turbines, the anti-wind lobby got its wish – but not the outcome it was hoping for.
Independent assessment of Australia’s biggest wind farm finds it is operating well within the state’s strict limitations on noise.
Those concerned about wind turbine impacts should perhaps focus on audible noise, with the evidence now in that infrasound is unlikely to cause problems.