Blades for wind turbines transported to lithium mine

ABC News November 19, 2023, 08:00 AM UTC

Summary: The first of 15 81.6-meter blades for five 210-meter-tall wind turbines has left Geraldton Port for a 700km journey to a $951 million lithium mine in Western Australia. The mine, 60km north of Leinster, will feature a 95-megawatt hybrid power station, with wind, solar, and battery storage. The project aims for net-zero emissions by 2034 and has secured off-take agreements with Tesla, Ford, and LG Energy Solutions.

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