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Epuron’s Guildford wind farm project starts approvals journey | The Advocate


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Another big Tasmanian wind farm proposal has started its journey through the approvals process. Sydney-headquartered renewable energy company Epuron wants to construct a wind farm comprising up to 80 turbines on privately owned land used for forestry at Guildford. The project would be on both sides of the Ridgley Hwy, about 5 kilometres east of Waratah. “The site is dominated by existing plantations and the majority of the proposed infrastructure will be located within these plantation areas to limit the clearance of native vegetation,” Epuron said in its Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act referral…



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