April 24, 2017
Time is running out for people wanting to take advantage of the latest opportunity to have their say on AGL’s proposed Coopers Gap wind farm.
The Director-General of the Department of Energy and Water Supply is seeking feedback in regards to issuing AGL Hydro Partnership (the proposed operator of the wind farm) with a power generation authority.
Written submissions close on May 1.
Under the Electricity Act 1994, the Regulator (ie. the Director-General) issues licences for generation, transmission and distribution activities in Queensland’s electricity industry.
When an applicant applies for a generation authority to connect generating plant with capacity greater than 30MW to a transmission grid or supply network, the Regulator must invite interested persons to make submissions about the application.
The proposed Coopers Gap Wind Farm is a 460MW power station to be located about 50km south-west of Kingaroy.
Written submissions can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or mailed to:
Attention: Andrea Wold
Regulation, Governance and Analytics
Department of Energy and Water Supply
PO Box 15456
City East, Qld, 4002
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