Gawara Baya

Fact centre

Windlab is responsibly delivering Gawara Baya in a way that directly addresses potential impacts, targets improved outcomes for regional ecology, and incorporates community and stakeholder feedback gathered over three years' of detailed consultation.

This Fact Centre is a useful resource for scientifically verified information on the Gawara Baya project. We encourage those with an interest in the project to get in touch.

What is the value of Gawara Baya in terms of decarbonisation?

What is the disturbance footprint of the project?

Does Windlab have anything to do with the proposed Mount Fox Energy Park?

I've heard adding new renewable energy generation can make the transmission network less stable. Is this true?

What are you doing to protect native species in the area?

Why are you using offsets on this project?

Why are you developing the project here?

Why was the project’s layout reduced?

What is the regulatory review process for Gawara Baya?

Is the project within the Wet Tropics?

Are Traditional Owners being involved in project discussions?

Has Windlab consulted with regional conservation groups about the project?

How will Windlab protect valuable habitat for species?

There are several other projects proposed for the area. How are the cumulative impacts of these projects being addressed by Gawara Baya?

Why are such big turbine blades being used in the project?

What is the carbon footprint of a wind turbine and how long does it take to offset this footprint?

I have heard wind turbines are a cause of bird and bat deaths due to ‘turbine strike’. How will the risk be managed at Gawara Baya?

How will you get the turbines to site?

How can I have my say?

What community consultation is taking place for Gawara Baya?

What benefits will Gawara Baya deliver to the region?

What does the project mean for the residents of Mount Fox?

Where will the workforce for Gawara Baya come from?

Why is North Queensland wind important?

Why wind?

Who is Windlab?

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