Wind power Essay | Wind Farms on the Victorian Coast

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Wind Farms on the Victorian Coast

Summary: Windfarms are a clean and economical way of harnessing energy. The issue isn't the quality or avaialibility of power, but rather, at what cost. These high windmiils are considered eyesores to prestine coastal landscape and are being challenged in Australia by vacationers, cottagers and the costal community.
So what do you think about coastal wind farms? Are you all for them, unsure, or completely against them? Well these wind turbines have caused a real uproar and this project of coastal wind farms haven't adapted to the public as the government thought they would. It's now staring to look as though it's been more trouble than what it's worth.

The Victorian government has designed on installing 2000 megawatts of energy production by 2010, which is the equivalent of 1200 to 1500 wind turbines. There are at present 27 operating wind turbines in Victoria, 14 at Codrington near Warrnambool, 1 on the Bellarine Peninsula, and 12 at Toora here, in South Gippsland. Each turbine stands between 100-130 metres tall, the equivalent of a 35-40-storey building, and the next generation is said to be even bigger.

This sounds good, positive, it's clean and renewable energy, pollution free, but it was where...

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