WIND ENERGY: A Waking Giant

La Fontaine, Dominique
August 2005
Australasian Science;Aug2005, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p25
Focuses on the wind power industry in Australia. Aim of the federal government's Mandatory Renewable Energy Target; Information on a report commissioned by the Australian Greenhouse Office in 2003 on national electricity market; Criticisms against wind turbines for their potential risk to birds.


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