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Daily Archives: November 6, 2009
AES agrees “to sell stock and a 35 percent stake in its wind-power business to China Investment Corp.” AES, hmmm … why does that name sound familiar?
According to an article on Bloomberg.com, “AES to Sell Stock, Wind-Power Stake to China’s CIC” If anyone, anywhere, anytime actually believes this wind business is for the benefit of United States Citizens, I encourage them to comment. I’m at a … Continue reading
Wild and Wonderful West Virginia – Come to see our magnificent mountains! Uh, but you better hurry.
Hey, as an added bonus, if you get here soon enough, you’ll be able to see the Bald and Golden Eagles that actually survived the turbines. (used with permission – Windtoons)
Posted in Allegheny Mountains, Windtoons Tagged WV Mountains, WV tourism, WV View-Shed, WV windmills 2 Comments
Memorandum of Agreement between the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and Pinnacle Wind Force LLC – Gee! Is anyone missing?
Below is the agreement between the WV Division of Culture and History and Pinnacle Wind Force LLC. I didn’t get a warm cozy feeling that this really satisfied everyone in the immediate area affected by the attack on view-shed, but … Continue reading
Look! You guys just pass the laws forcing them to subsidize construction and then to force them to buy the product. I’ll convince them this turkey is a great product!
Sound incredible? … well! From the Boston Herald, via National Wind Watch: “Wind law could benefit company” Read carefully for the tangled web of politicians and developers and politician/developers and developer/politicians and money money money! Sorta makes me queasy! The … Continue reading
New York Times – “Wind Industry Faces ‘Prairie Rebellion’ in Kansas County.” Hmmm … and perhaps elsewhere?
This New York Times article, “Wind Industry Faces ‘Prairie Rebellion’ in Kansas County,” discusses the impact of the Kansas Supreme Court decision upholding local ordinances preventing installation. So, what does all this Kansas dust-up mean for the other wind projects? … Continue reading