31 October 2011 ~~
A project which would see eight wind turbines erected on the Austrian side of the border mountain Peca has stirred up a debate in Slovenia, as opponents of the project claim it would have a considerable impact on the environment and water supply in the Slovenian municipalities at the foot of the mountain.
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31 October 2011
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