Month: July 2017

Weekly update 30/7/2017

All quiet from AGL again this week. Neither the Submissions Response not the promised meeting  notification have yet materialised. Still no formal response either from the DP&E to our request (some time ago) for clarification of the status of the DPP post the July 19 lapse of the original conditional approval. The Photon Energy Community […]

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Weekly update 23/7/2017

On Wednesday July 19, AGL’s conditional approval to commence the Dalton Power Project lapsed. AGL no longer has consent to do anything with respect to the development. YAY!!   However, AGL’s “Extension of Lapse Date” MOD 1 Application remains alive. Between now and the PAC’s determination of the application, AGL don’t have project approval. We […]

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Weekly update 16/07/2017

The big development this week was the “Clash of the Meetings”.  Pru Goward’s letter, which a number of us received, informed us of AGL’s intention to hold a “Dalton Power Project Community Engagement Activity”, in GUNNING on the evening of July 26. The same evening as Photon Energy will be holding its Community Meeting with […]

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Weekly update 9/7/20017

It has been a busy week… On Tuesday, we hosted Mike Young and Paul Freeman from the DP&E for their Dalton site visit. We appreciate having been given the opportunity to speak directly with them and to show them the around. Yass Real Estate Principal Michael Gray joined us for preliminary discussions before we went […]

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Weekly update 02/02/2017

It has been a big week. We have got some attention through the media and have had our concerns regarding the establishment of the Consultative Committee (DPPCCC) acknowledged. This week an article was published on the RiotACT, an ACT community news site. The article, written by  John Thistleton, discussed AGL’s plans to build the Southern Hemisphere’s largest […]

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