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Daily Archives: February 10, 2010
The following email was sent to the US Fish and Wildlife Service for consideration at the Wind Turbine Guidelines Advisory Committee Meeting to be held March 2 – 4, 2010. The purpose was to express concern for the cumulative impact the uncontrolled … Continue reading
Industrial wind plants “are the energy equivalent of the fallout shelter craze of the 1950s and 60s.”
Great little piece by Bruce Chapman at Discovery News – Hot Air and Cold Wind Turbines Go over and have a look!
“Legislators and other officials from Jefferson and Oswego (NY) counties will begin mounting opposition” to industrial wind.
Seems to be a trend! From the Industrial Wind Action Group: Opponents organizing to fight wind plans Legislators and other officials from Jefferson and Oswego counties will begin mounting opposition to New York Power Authority’s proposal to put 500 megawatts … Continue reading
From Daily Tech, more evidence of the growing citizen backlash against industrial wind: “Part of wind power’s problem is the need for new high power transmission lines stretching to the remote stretches of land ideal for wind farms. The nation’s … Continue reading
Battle lines being drawn? – Montana joining Maryland in legislation to establish standards for industrial wind.
The lines form: Note that “A third, less contentious bill would create minimum standards — such as buffer zones between wind turbines and other existing facilities — and require developers of wind farms with 30 or more turbines to provide … Continue reading
Deputy chairman of Russia’s Gazprom argues plans for renewable energy are irrational and should be replaced by more gas-fired power stations
Scrap UK’s wind farm plans, says Gazprom boss Deputy chairman of Russia’s Gazprom argues plans for renewable energy are irrational and should be replaced by more gas-fired power stations Tim Webb, guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 9 February 2010 19.07 GMT Alexander Medvedev, … Continue reading
Hey! You can’t just go around setting standards for industrial wind! Next thing you know, you’ll want them to product electric!
Planes, trains and automobiles. Toilets and light bulbs. Milk! What’s the one thing they have in common? Yep! Standards. Industrial wind turbines – off limits! Here’s how I see the drama playing out. A Maryland State Delegate wants to put … Continue reading