Wind turbine syndrome - cause and effect?

Australia’s chief advocate for wind turbines causing health problems may call her critics biased, but it’s the people she cites in her favour that deliver the most stinging rebuke.

Today we’ve published a piece from Professor Simon Chapman of the University of Sydney School of Public Health summarising a study he co-authored, which found that complaints from nearby residents about wind farm noise or their effects on health tend to be relatively infrequent, but also vary greatly between wind farms and seem to be concentrated in the period after 2009.


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