The Clean Energy Council is the peak industry association for the clean energy industry in Australia. Their website contains lots of useful information about wind energy:
Clean Energy Council documents that may be of particular interest include:
There's power in wind: fact sheet
There's power in wind: national snapshot
Clean energy update no.1: power prices
Clean energy update no.2: wind energy
Information provided to the Department of Planning to date, as well as the Director-Generalís Requirements issued for the project are available from the Departmentís website.
Information about the Draft NSW Planning Guidelines: Wind Farms are available from here:
Dave Clarke has developed an impressive website looking at wind energy in Australia. He is not affiliated to any wind energy companies, lobby groups, or government bodies, and provides an informed and independent perspective.
The Centre for Sustainable Energy in the UK produced a useful research paper, "Common concerns about wind power" which draws on peer-reviewed articles and government-funded analysis to look at issues such as bird-strike, shadow flicker, noise, impact on property prices and health.
The Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has released the results of its review of the evidence relating to Wind Turbines and Health.