Category Archives: Cape Wind

In honor of the World Series, First Wind IPO is going, going … gone!

Batter Up! – Over at Breaking Wind on October 24 we noted that First Wind wanted to trade on NASDAQ.   Michael Hennessy, a wind energy analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance in New York City, made this comment in the … Continue reading

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Industrial wind pricing logic: Hey! If the Government gives us $600 million in tax credits, we won’t rip you off nearly as much.

The article at Indian Country Today is titled, “Cape Wind costs murky.”  Seems to us that’s part of the plan.  Confusion is industrial wind’s best friend. A senior manager with W. Robert Patterson & Associates, an independent management consultant specializing in the … Continue reading

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Jon Boone pans “Cape Wind: Money, Celebrity, Class, Politics, and the Battle for Our Energy Future on Nantucket Sound.”

Gasmarket.ca  – Gas Market and Alternative energy sources offers a very positive review of “Cape Wind: Money, Celebrity, Class, Politics, and the Battle for Our Energy Future on Nantucket Sound.”  Calling it an “acidly funny account of the battle over … Continue reading

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HEAVY TOLL ON WILDLIFE PROMPTS LAWSUIT AGAINST CAPE WIND

From Save Our Sound: For Immediate Release:  Friday, June 25, 2010 Contact:  Kyla Bennett (508) 230-9933 [PEER]; Paula Dinerstein (202) 265-7337 [PEER]; Jessica Almy (202) 588-5206 [Meyer Glitzenstein & Crystal] HEAVY TOLL ON WILDLIFE PROMPTS LAWSUIT AGAINST CAPE WIND Scientific … Continue reading

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For your convenience: Full text of FAA Cape Wind “Determination of No Hazard to Air Navigation” final report with supporting documents.

Allegheny Treasures provides the following documents related to the FAA approval of the Cape Wind – Nantucket Wind Farm. We hope having all documents in one easily accessible post will encourage your review of the FAA decision. Enjoy! Screen Capture … Continue reading

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Boston Television Reporter apologizes for support of Cape Wind – w/Video

Thanks to Jon Boone for directing us to this incredible video: There is little to add! Well, except maybe this:  Cape Wind already being compared to the “Big Dig.” This can’t be good! and maybe this:  I’m confused: Salazar employs MMS … Continue reading

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Cape Wind already being compared to the “Big Dig.” This can’t be good!

Take a look at this read at BostonHerald.com for their comparisons, and then go to Jay Fitzgerald’s piece for commentary. “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” – George Santayana

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“Cape Wind” Tribes might want to ask: Is the Department of Interior’s Minerals Management Service simply a rubber stamp for disaster?

In a New York Times opinion piece, which I commented on recently, there was some dispute about moving forward with the Cape Wind project, which Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has since approved. In my post I noted this, ““In addition, … Continue reading

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“… and as the sailors of Cape Cod will tell you over a quiet martini, the wind doesn’t always blow.”

Excellent commentary regarding Cape Wind from Stuart Burns, “Green Light For 130 Wind Turbines Off Cape Cod” “Well intended as the detractors arguments are meant to be however they appear to have missed the most compelling reason for questioning the … Continue reading

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Perhaps Secretary Salazar should name the Cape Wind project in honor of Andrew Jackson.

Two days ago, before Department of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar approved the Cape Wind project, I posted this:  New York Times resolves Cape Wind dispute with Native Americans – for $24 and a box of beads. Obviously, this title line is … Continue reading

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