Steven Cooper

stephen cooperA response to pronouncements made by Pacific Hydro at the meeting held on 16 February 2015, where Acoustician Steven Cooper of The Acoustic Group presented his report of his acoustical testing at the Cape Bridgewater Wind Turbine Energy Installation.

I start this response with a sentence uttered by Andrew Richards, Executive Manager, External Affairs, Pacific Hydro, on 3 April 2014, during Meeting No 7, with the Cape Bridgewater Community Consultative Committee. Mr Richards stated:

“it is our goal to improve your quality of life or at least restore it to what it was before the wind farm was there.”

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An important interview of acoustic engineer Steven Cooper on Fairdinkum Radio.


Acoustic Engineer Steven Cooper joins Leon to discuss his Acoustics Testing program report into the Cape Bridgewater Wind Farm, prepared for Energy Pacific Vic Pty Ltd.

Together we discuss the results and why it is a unique one of a kind study. This study is the first in the world in which a wind turbine operator had fully co-operated and turned wind turbines off completely during the testing. It opens the way for a full-scale medical trial that may resolve the contentious debate about the health impact of wind… Read more

In the month since Steven Cooper’s groundbreaking study into the adverse effects from turbine generated low-frequency noise and infrasound on wind farm neighbours at Cape Bridgewater hit the press, the wind industry and its parasites have reacted in a form of panic that can only be described as hysterical.

cape bridgewaterNone more so, than that wind farm’s operator, Pacific Hydro. And, for a very good reason: by unleashing Cooper it has inadvertently provided its victims with precisely the evidence needed to establish legal liability against it.
To call Pac Hydro’s response a “debacle in diplomacy” is mastery in understatement.

After weeks… Read more