By Giles Parkinson
This article first appeared on RenewEconomy. Windswept King Island, lying in Bass Strait between Tasmania and the mainland, is being touted as a potential blueprint for what the country's electricity grid might look like in the future. But right now it is also emerging as a battleground for the minds of locals over proposals for what could be the largest wind farm in Australia. And it could have implications for the future of renewable energy … Read More
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