Aussie Energy Co. Wins Gov't Approval For $200M Wind Farm

Law360, New York (September 3, 2013, 2:12 PM EDT) -- Australian officials on Monday signed off on Infigen Energy's $200 million plans for a 120-megawatt wind farm in New South Wales, squelching an opposition effort by the operator of a nearby prison and locals who contended noise from the project will be harmful.

Infigen, a renewables specialist, has outlined plans for 33 wind turbines on the Bodangora site, plus a substation, tracks, cables and other pieces of infrastructure that the farm needs in order to operate. The company has touted the effort as a linchpin in...
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