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Renewables Documentation: Portland Wind Farm 

Renewables Documentation: Portland Wind Farm 

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Profitable wind farms are appearing at a rapid rate of knots, right across southern Australia. Victoria, just one state, shows just how easily and quickly we can exploit this free, clean energy source. With few downsides, some industry players have been quick to take advantage of the everlasting wind resource, shifting a formerly fringe technology into a now mainstream power source. Portland was a testing ground for wind energy in Australia; it received the country’s first application for a development. Another wind farm, near the tiny town of Waubra, north of Melbourne, will host 129 turbines when finished in 2009. The power produced from Waubra will be enough for a town the size of Ballarat (nearly 100,000 people) and it will deliver approximately 650,000 tonnes of CO2 savings.
Wind Farms at Sunset in Portland
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Wind Farms at Sunset in Portland
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Wind Farms at Sunset in Portland
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Wind Farms in Portland
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Wind Farms in Portland
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Wind Farms in Portland
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Wind Farms in Portland
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Wind Farms in Portland
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Wind Farms in Portland
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Wind Farms in Portland
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Mayor of Portland Looking at  Wind Farm
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Cows graze near Portland Wind Farms
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Cows graze near Portland Wind Farms
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Cows graze near Portland Wind Farms
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Cows graze near Portland Wind Farms
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