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Why here?

In addition to a strong wind resource, an ideal wind farm site is close to transmission infrastructure and in an area where potential impacts to areas of ecological, landscape or heritage sensitivity can be minimised and managed.  It is also important that the site is appropriately zoned, has a relatively low density of dwellings in the area and contains an open and unobstructed landscape with good road access. The detailed assessments undertaken indicate that the Yandin area meets many of these criteria.

A successful wind farm development also benefits from a supportive local community.  We hope to gain such support throughout the development of this project.

Open fields like this one near Dandaragan are great for wind resource.

Open fields like this one near Dandaragan are great for wind resource.

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