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In a move to spread the economic benefit of wind farms more extensively into the community, wind farm developer and operator Trustpower is proposing to make annual payments to the owners of neighbouring properties.
Lodgement of the formal planning application by Trustpower for the proposed Palmer Wind Farm has been put back to February 2014 while further technical studies are completed.
The judgment of Trustpower’s High Court tax case against the Inland Revenue Department has been released today.
Wind farm developer Trustpower’s commitment to keeping the community informed about its proposal to construct a wind farm near Palmer has been strongly supported by local residents.
Trustpower is investigating the potential for a wind farm development in the Mid Murray Council area located on the ranges between the settlements of Palmer, Tungkillo and Sanderston.
Two more community information days will be held following the success of an information day on October 16 that provided residents with facts about the proposed Palmer Wind Farm.
A public information day to provide the local community with factual information about the proposed Palmer Wind Farm will be held in Palmer on Wednesday October 17.
Trustpower, developers of the potential Palmer Wind Farm, will be holding a Palmer Wind Farm Community Information Day to provide people with an opportunity to raise any queries they may have about the development.
Trustpower Australia is investigating the potential for a wind farm development in the Mid Murray Council area located on the ranges between the settlements of Palmer, Tungkillo and Sanderston.
Trustpower, the utility controlled by Infratil, and Ngai Tahu Holdings may fund up to 40 percent of the capital costs of the controversial Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme in Hawke’s Bay.