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Copper and fires at wind committee  

Credit:  Hon David Ridgway MLC, State Liberal Leader in the Legislative Council, Shadow Minister for Tourism, Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Shadow Minister for Forests, 27 February 2013 ~~

The State’s principal transmission company which transports high voltage power across long distances and to remote areas will face the select committee inquiry into wind farms tomorrow (28 Feb).

ElectraNet will give evidence about the capacity of SA’s transmission network to cope with additional wind farms.

The Country Fire Service will be questioned about the impact of wind turbines on fire-fighting. The restrictions on aerial fire-bombing near turbines has been raised in many of the 150 submissions received by the committee.

Committee chair: David Ridgway

Time and date: Thursday 28 February at 10.30am

Place: Plaza Room, Parliament House, North Terrace.

Witnesses: ElectraNet – Ian Stirling, CEO & Geoff Teitzel, CFO; CFS – Greg Nettleton, Chief Officer

Open to the public: Yes

Contact: David Ridgway 0412 854 055

Source:  Hon David Ridgway MLC, State Liberal Leader in the Legislative Council, Shadow Minister for Tourism, Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Shadow Minister for Forests, 27 February 2013

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