Australia Will Petition For France to Reconsider Building Wind Farms In WWI Battle Site

Engie Green proposal would involve digging for foundations. There would also be transmission tunnels, other earth works and infrastructure

French energy company Engie Green had proposed to build wind turbines on the battlegrounds of Bullecourt in northern France. Australian Veterans Affairs Minister Dan Tehan said that he will talk with the French government about the plan despite fears that any unmarked graves could be destroyed as reported by The Telegraph. 
The French people, like the Australian people, understand the significance of this land and they have the utmost respect for the sacrifices made by Australian soldiers on their soil. Veterans Affairs Minister Dan Tehan
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