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The Advocate - COMMENT || Renewables bring jobs and lower prices

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We’ve submitted our development application to the Circular Head Council for Jim’s Plains Renewable Energy Park. You can give your feedback until Wednesday 29 January 2020 directly to Circular Head Council. We’ve worked hard to make the application as informative as possible, including numerous surveys and studies covering flora, terrestrial fauna, avifauna, Aboriginal heritage, European heritage, community and the environment.

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The Advocate - UPC Renewables reveals transmission route for Robbins Island, Jim's Plain windfarms

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Our August 2019 update shares information about eagle surveys, the Robbins Passage bridge design, project approvals and planning for the transmission line.

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ABC 7.30 Report - Wind warning

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Our April 2019 update shares the latest on our site investigations and survey work, the addition of solar photo-voltaic at Jim's Plain and the project approvals process.

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UPC Renewables Australia team

The Advocate - UPC Renewables continues Australian expansion from its Tasmanian home

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Our October 2018 update explains our approvals approach in Circular Head and how we're working to protect the environment.

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Our July 2018 update overviews our recent and upcoming survey work as well as planned community engagement.

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Radio

ABC News Radio - Australia's largest wind farm planned for Tasmania

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Our February 2018 update shares information about the kick off of project approvals processes and engagement with key government stakeholders.

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WIN news

WIN News Tasmania - The Circular Head community is poised to reap the windfall from what will be one of the largest wind farms ever built in Australia

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Our first project update from November 2017 shares information about kicking off our community engagement and preliminary geotechnical investigations.

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