Category Archives: Oregon wind farms

“When asked if wind power was reducing carbon emissions, Deb Malin, a BPA (Bonneville Power Administration) representative, answered, “No. They are, in fact, creating emissions.”

This stunning admission is contained in Eric Lowe’s very informative “Northwest Windpower: Problems Aplenty.” Please visit MasterResource to read this article, and the many other excellent writings to be found there. (Thanks to Jon Boone for pointing us to Mr. … Continue reading

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Classic wind developer logic: actual output of 28 MW from 97 MW installed capacity is 97% excellent!

I know … drives me nuts too!  These wind folks have taken the Three Card Monte to incredibly new heights. Here’s the latest from Oregon. Suzlon has a press release which included this:  “We are proud to be marking the … Continue reading

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