BlueFloat Energy told Thirroul loves the ocean just as it is - without South Pacific Offshore Wind Project

Ben Langford
Updated November 14 2023 - 11:20am, first published June 15 2023 - 5:55pm
The company that wants to build an giant offshore wind farm near Wollongong has shifted its sights north from Kiama to a stretch of coast between Shellharbour and Clifton.
The company that wants to build an giant offshore wind farm near Wollongong has shifted its sights north from Kiama to a stretch of coast between Shellharbour and Clifton.

BlueFloat Energy has got a taste of how Wollongong residents love their coastline just as it is, with residents at a Thirroul information session telling the company the sight of 105 wind turbines would ruin their endless view out to sea.

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Ben Langford

Ben Langford

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