New Zealand court blows over plan for Southern Hemisphere's largest wind farm

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Industry fears that controversial decision could set worrying precedent for future wind energy projects

A plan to develop an NZ$2bn (US$1.4bn, £0.83bn), 630MW wind farm in southern New Zealand has been quashed in a potentially landmark ruling by the country's Environment Court, on the grounds that it would...

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