Australia’s biggest retail energy provider AGL has bought the rights to develop another wind farm in South Australia.
The 71-megawatt farm will be located just 20 kilometres from AGL’s Hallett Hill wind farm being built in the state’s mid north.
The company aims to put 34 wind turbines on the new site, which could be up and running by 2009.
11 May 2007
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