Webinars and one-on-one meetings with environmental and technical specialists

The Western Victoria Transmission Network Project hosted a series of community webinars throughout September where environmental and technical specialists presented their findings to date and answered questions about the existing conditions in their specialist area.

You can find recording of these webinars below. Recordings are available for the following topics:

  • Corridor selection process
  • Biodiversity
  • Compensation and valuation
  • Electric and magnetic fields (EMF)
  • Bushfire
  • Agriculture
  • Landscape and visual impact

Webinar are now complete, but you can still register for a one-on-one meeting with a technical specialist by completing the registration form below. Technical specialists will be able to answer your questions about existing conditions. The existing conditions will inform the impact assessment reports for the Environment Effects Statement (EES).

Corridor selection process

Biodiversity

Compensation and valuation

Electric and magnetic fields (EMF)

Bushfire

Landscape and visual impact

Agriculture and forestry

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