Australian Star of the South names local ports front-runners

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“We consider the use of these locations the most appropriate and logical to achieve employment legacies and economic success for Gippsland", says South Gippsland Shire Council Mayor, Cr Nathan Hersey.

Official Press Release Star of the South:

Local ports front-runners to support Star of the South

Star of the South has confirmed that both the Port of Hastings and a Gippsland port will play important roles in the proposed offshore wind farm’s construction and operation, with an estimated 200 long-term jobs to be created in Gippsland.

A year-long analysis of port options identified the proposed Victorian Renewable Energy Terminal at Port of Hastings as the frontrunner to support major construction needs, with Geelong Port and the Port of Bell Bay also expected to play a role. These deep-water ports cater for the large vessels needed to transport and install offshore wind infrastructure. Barry Beach Marine Terminal and Port Anthony are options to host the project’s Gippsland Operations Base, where workers managing day-to-day wind farm construction... ... More: Official Press Release Star of the South

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