Hexham Wind Farm news
EPBC Referral published – The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Act (EPBC) referral has been published (3rd August) and is open for comments for a period of 10 days. It can be viewed by clicking here.
Community Drop-in Sessions – You’re invited – Download flyer
Hexham Wind Farm Newsletter 05 – Download PDF
Hexham Wind Farm planning pathway determined – The Victorian Minister for Planning announced in April that the project must undergo an Environment Effects Statement (EES) process – See Minister’s Decision here.
Hexham Wind Farm Newsletter 04 – Download PDF
Environment Effects Referral submitted – The EES referral has been submitted. This contains a preliminary assessment of the potential environmental impacts of the project and demonstrates how these can be avoided or mitigated. The referral form and the preliminary environmental impact assessments are now available on the government’s website.
Hexham Wind Farm Newsletter 03 – Download PDF
Proposed Neighbourhood Benefit Sharing Program – Wind Prospect is very pleased to share the proposed Neighbour Benefit Program for the Hexham Wind Farm. The program reflects feedback obtained since taking the concept to the project community in 2019. Please don’t hesitate to be in touch if you would like to discuss the program further. Download PDF.
Frequently Asked Questions – Download PDF.
Clean Energy Council Wind Farm open days – On Sunday 27 October 2019, 15 clean energy projects from five states, including four in Victoria, will be throwing open their gates to the public for a range of fun and informative open day events.
Hexham Wind Farm Newsletter 02 – Download PDF.
Sponsorship Fund Application Forms and terms and conditions are now available. Download PDF.
Stakeholder Engagement Commences – read more.
Hexham Wind Farm Newsletter 01 – Download PDF.