First turbines up and spinning at Australia’s largest wind farm

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Some of the massive turbine blades that started making their way to the 453MW Coopers Gap Wind Farm in Queensland in September are now up and and ready to spin, after the completion of the first wind towers at the site north of Brisbane.

Project developer AGL Energy said the first of 123 turbines that will make up Australia’s largest wind farm – at least for a time – was being completed in mid-November, marking “a great milestone” for Coopers Gap.

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