Plans around Ballarat for new power lines, terminal to help electricity boom

By Alex Ford
Updated December 18 2019 - 6:36am, first published July 20 2019 - 7:00am
Future: Pittong sheep farmer Alan Pitcher, who has turbines on his property, said there's more positives for the entire community than negatives. Behind him, the Stockyard Hill project is under way. Pictures: Kate Healy

Opening up western Victoria's potential to become an electricity hub took another step this week, with the market operator releasing a report that could lead to hundreds of new jobs and cheaper power.

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