Daily Archives: September 12, 2010

Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for September 12, 2010

Items of Interest: 1-“It is, after all, our backyard they’re playing in.” LOIS HENRY: LA is after Kern’s wind – at Bakersfield (California) Online 2-I suppose, had they been listed, fun facts #15 thru #27 would have mentioned why industrial … Continue reading

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UK’s Telegraph: “Long a role model for green activists,” Denmark has become “one of the first countries to turn against the (wind) turbines.”

Jon Boone called our attention to this little reported issue last week.  Now the UK’s Andrew Gilligan has picked up on the story in today’s Telegraph article “An ill wind blows for Denmark’s green energy revolution” Mr. Gilligan’s article seems … Continue reading

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Putin: “Nuclear energy only alternative to oil, gas.” Rejects other alternative energy approaches as “claptrap.”

Seems our Russian friends have a renewable energy plan, and it’s interesting what it doesn’t emphasize. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stated at the September 9 meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club that “nuclear energy is the only alternative … Continue reading

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