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Renewables spark ire

Gippsland farmers have been caught up in the Victorian Government's push to create six renewable energy zones, where solar and wind farms can be built to tap into planned high-voltage transmission lines, condensers and batteries.

Snowdonia VIP

The Visual Impact Provision project in the Snowdonia National Park in the UK aims to reduce the visual impact of National Grid’s overhead line across the Dwyryd Estuary near Porthmadog.

Green and Unseen

Moorabool Shire Council has launched a campaign pressuring energy company AusNet Services to put the 500kV transmission lines that form the Western Victoria Transmission Network Project underground.

Farming Lives Matter

They are big, bold and tough; they are potato farmers from Springbank and Bullarook and, they care about their land, their produce and their families; they are the Maher family.

Power Over People

Residents were shocked to find that the proposed path for the 65m tall steel electricity towers will traverse historically significant and picturesque farmland adjacent to the Wombat State Forest and the Lerdederg State Park.


We need to tell the politicians in Spring Street and Canberra to Stop AusNet’s Towers.

Here’s how you can help


Stop Ausnet’s Towers is a self-funded, grass roots community campaign. AusNet is a foreign-owned, multi-billion dollar corporate business. We need your support.

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Stop Ausnets Towers


Stop AusNet’s Towers is demanding better consultation and a genuine process to consider alternatives.

The Moorabool Central Highlands Power Alliance comprises landowners, residents and community group concerned about the impacts of this project on our lives, land, environment, community and future generations

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