Windfarm restrictions have crippled’ the industry, says Daniel Andrews

Victorian opposition leader says the states tough restrictions would be eased under a Labor government

Victorias tough restrictions on windfarms have crippled the industry and would be eased under a state Labor government, the opposition leader, Daniel Andrews, has announced.

Buffer zones allowing homeowners living within 2km of a proposed windfarm to veto the project part of a suite of wind-energy restrictions introduced by the Coalition after the last election had driven wind energy into the ground and driven investment out of our state, Andrews said on Thursday.

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