Community attitudes to wind farms and renewable energy in NSW

N/A | September 19, 2018

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The NSW Government has established six Renewable Energy Precincts in areas with the best-known wind resources including New England Tablelands, Upper Hunter, Central Tablelands, NSW/ACT Border Region, South Coast, and Cooma-Monaro. Full-time Renewable Energy Coordinators based locally have been employed in each Precinct to build community knowledge, understanding, and uptake of renewable energy.

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