Since announcing the proposed route for the Western Renewables Link in November of 2021, AusNet has continued listening to feedback from landholders and stakeholders and has been conducting further surveys and technical studies.
These refinements will help to further reduce the impact of the proposed route on properties, visual amenity, Aboriginal cultural heritage, ecology and more.
Land Liaison Officers will continue discussions with landholders along the proposed route to understand land use, consult on tower locations and access tracks and provide information about the compensation process.
AusNet’s Land Liaison Officers have contacted landholders affected by these changes. If you have a property within the proposed route but don’t have an officer, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 360 795.
Community Information Sessions
The Western Renewables Link is hosting our next round of community information sessions over the next few weeks, and we’re inviting local community members to come along and meet the team, learn more about the project and discuss any queries or concerns.
For full details or to register, visit our news and events page.
About the project
The Western Renewables Link is a proposed electricity transmission line that will carry renewable energy from western Victoria to homes across the state and into the National Electricity Market.
The project is critical infrastructure required to unlock the renewable energy potential of western Victoria as a key Renewable Energy Zone and will help to deliver clean and affordable energy to Victorians.
Once complete, the additional transmission line capacity will carry enough energy to power more than 500,000 homes.
To register for regular updates about the project, please visit www.westernrenewableslink.com.au.
If you have any questions, please call 1300 360 795 or email email@example.com.