Daily Archives: March 2, 2010

Virginia’s industrial wind and the “lessons learned” at Gettysburg.

The article today in The Roanoke Times online edition says simply:  “SCC gives go-ahead for wind farm project in Highland County – The state agency dismissed a complaint regarding its “negative impact” on a viewshed.” A viewshed? … a “negative impact” … Continue reading

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Robert Bryce: The Brewing Tempest Over Wind Power

“If policy makers are serious about considering all of the impacts of “green” energy, then an impartial, international study of the effects of wind turbine noise should be undertaken without delay.” – Robert Bryce Full and original article can be … Continue reading

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Industrial Wind Action Group Editorial: The economics of transmission in New England

Important Editorial from the Industrial Wind Action Group: WindAction Editorial The economics of transmission in New England With little fanfare last week, the ISO-New England[1] released its latest report, New England 2030 Power System Study: Report to the New England Governors, summarizing … Continue reading

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