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14/08/2013 - 14:13

These new turbines will help the locals, writes CHRIS McLENNAN..

THE granite hills rise only 400 metres above the plains in northcentral Victoria.

To call them mountains would be a stretch: the highest peak on the Yawong Hills rises only to 434 metres.

This formerly unremarkable sheep-grazing country is suddenly hot property.

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Note: Original story was published in Weekly Times 

29/07/2013 - 16:59

Windlab is pleased to announce the appointment of Garth Heron as GM Australia. As the General Manager of our Australian operations, he will be responsible for the continued growth of Windlab within the country and into new markets.

12/07/2013 - 11:40

The cost of life on the land can oscillate wildly between the rich years and the lean.

When it's bad, not only is income down but there are often extra payments for feed, agistment and other expenses.

It's no surprise that farmers do what they can to future-proof their properties against disaster.

If the wind blows across the land, well placed wind turbines can ensure a drought busting income stream to help in the hard times.

05/07/2013 - 22:36

Windlab Africa MD Peter Venn on Windlab's operations in South Africa and wind energy potential in other parts of the continent.

Unless you’re unfeasibly optimistic, you should be concerned about South Africa’s energy security and its impact on your business and the national economy. A snapshot of just how close we are to a bout of costly load-shedding has been amply illustrated in the last few weeks as supply falters and demand surges.