At a Community Consultative Committee (CCC) meeting held at the Cooranga North Memorial Hall today, AGL Energy Limited (AGL) announced that the Queensland Office of the Coordinator-General (OCG) has accepted the Coopers Gap Wind Farm Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) as final.

AGL Coopers Gap Wind Farm project manager, Evan Carless, said this was a very encouraging milestone for the project.

“The project is moving along well. From here the OCG will evaluate the EIS and provide a final determination, which is anticipated in March 2017. There is still a way to go, but having the OCG accept our EIS, which took into consideration noise and potential economic benefits, is another step forward for the project."

Learn more in our media release.