At a Community Consultative Committee (CCC) meeting held at the Cooranga North Memorial Hall today, AGL Energy Limited (AGL) announced that the Queensland Office of the Coordinator-General (OCG) has accepted the Coopers Gap Wind Farm Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) as final.
AGL Coopers Gap Wind Farm project manager, Evan Carless, said this was a very encouraging milestone for the project.
“The project is moving along well. From here the OCG will evaluate the EIS and provide a final determination, which is anticipated in March 2017. There is still a way to go, but having the OCG accept our EIS, which took into consideration noise and potential economic benefits, is another step forward for the project."
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