RESIDENTS living in the immediate vicinity of Alinta Energy’s proposed Reeves Plains Power Station will petition the State Government to review processes that saw the project receive the go-ahead earlier this year.
ALINTA Energy’s application to construct a $450 million power station at Reeves Plains has received the green light, despite ongoing objections from the local community.
ALINTA Energy’s Reeves Plains Power Station proposal faced the music last week, as the company’s plan to build a six-turbine 300-megawatt power station went before the State Commission Assessment
SOUTH Australian Greens leader Mark Parnell has called on Minister for Planning John Rau and the State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) to “go outside their comfort zone” and not allow Alinta Energy to proceed with its proposed Reeves Plains Power Station.
D-DAY looms for Alinta Energy’s $450 million Reeves Plains power station proposal, as the State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) prepares to decide on the future of the project at a meeting in Mallala today.
MEMBERS of Alinta Energy’s project staff have presented to Adelaide Plains Council to update elected members on the status of the company’s Reeves Plains Power Station development application.
PROPERTY owners nearest to Alinta Energy’s proposed Reeves Plains Power Station site are continuing their fight against the overseas-owned energy provider, as public submissions for the project’s development application opened last week.
ALINTA Energy will hold another community information session this Thursday to further inform local residents about its proposed Reeves Plains Power Station project.