Bendemeer and Woolbrook residents get chance to give feedback on $900 million Renewable Energy Hub

Cody Tsaousis
Updated May 26 2022 - 1:33pm, first published 8:30am
UP TO DATE: Bendemeer Renewable Energy Hub project director Llewellyn Owens said he wants to keep the community informed. Photo: file
UP TO DATE: Bendemeer Renewable Energy Hub project director Llewellyn Owens said he wants to keep the community informed. Photo: file

RESIDENTS from Bendemeer and Woolbrook are being invited to learn a little more about the massive $900 million Bendemeer Renewable Energy Hub (BREH), which is set to include solar, wind and battery power.

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Cody Tsaousis

Cody Tsaousis

Journalist

I'm a news reporter who enjoys covering politics and energy, but I will write about anything for my community. I moved to the New England in 2021 after spending several years in the Upper Hunter.

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