Daily Archives: March 15, 2010

All in the name of the elusive “green wind”, states will lose more of their powers to the Fed.

From the Twin Cities Daily Planet:  Federal energy policy will impact wind farm development in Minnesota “Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) chairs the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee and has introduced a bill that would amend the 2005 Energy Policy … Continue reading

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The Sierra Club: How Support for Industrial Wind Technology Subverts Its History, Betrays Its Mission, and Erodes Commitment to the Scientific Method

Thanks to Mr. Jon Boone for granting permission to post, in its entirety, his stinging assessment of the Sierra Club’s position on industrial wind, embedded here for your convenience: Mr. Boone’s writings are published worldwide and can be found at … Continue reading

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Kent Hawkins: Integrating Renewables: Have Policymakers Faced the Realities?

Canadian engineer Kent Hawkins’ analysis, Integrating Renewables: Have Policymakers Faced the Realities, published by the United States Association for Energy Economics, lays bare the reality about industrial wind technology, showing particularly that the vastly subsidized costs, which are substantially more … Continue reading

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