Daily Archives: September 17, 2010

Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for September 17, 2010 (Updates throughout the day.)

Items of interest: 1-So what you’re really saying is, you put up 217 massive wind turbines so you could get the actual production of maybe 72 massive wind turbines?  When the wind blows?  And if we happen to be awake … Continue reading

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Hollister Hartman, PhD: “The Weight of Evidence shows that Poor Mountain must be rejected as UNSUITABLE for siting the proposed wind project.”

Well, that should do it, don’t you think?  No sense plopping the 747 size turbines on Virginia’s Poor Mountain.  Heck, when conditions are “prime,” the turbines have a difficult time puffing out enough electricity to read by, especially if you … Continue reading

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