Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for October 19, 2010

Items of interest:

1-Folks in Western Maryland know what it is to honor a commitment.  For one thing, you’ve got to be strong enough to stay in the game long enough to fulfill it.

At this point I think it’s fair to say that Shattuck, Constellation’s chief executive, has lost all credibility – with the public, with the industry and, to judge from Constellation’s stock price, even with investors.” – Steven Pearlstein

Constellation’s fallout with French firm unfortunately the new business as usual – Washington Post

2-What’s good for New Mexico is not good for Vermont.  (Of course, to us, industrial wind is not good, anywhere.)

Wind facilities are not a good option for Vermont – The Valley Reporter

3-Excellent presentation, well worth your time!

Does Wind Energy Benefit Idaho State and the Local Communities? – Idahoans for Responsible Wind Energy

4-“If the non-wind sources of power are supplying our Ontario demand, and there is excess demand as we have now, then the rest must be exported.”  (You’ll never guess where it’s going!  More to follow.)

Then where is Wind all Going? – Ontario Wind Performance

5-And, in honor of the return of the bedbug – a chuckle from our friends over at Windtoons.

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