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Glenn Schleede evaluates Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. statements on industrial wind.

The Science and Public Policy Institute (SPPI) presents Mr. Glenn Schleede. During a forum at the University of Charleston, West Virginia the Forum, Robert Kennedy, Jr. made many statements about wind energy that are false or misleading and should not … Continue reading

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Glenn Schleede: Key Electric Industry Terms Important in Understanding Limitations of Wind Energy

Thanks to Mr. Glenn Schleede for providing the following excellent information, beginning with his Key Electric Industry Terms provided here for your convenience: Mr. Schleede also credits Eric Rosenbloom for pointing to this “excellent article from PowerGen Worldwide that explains how … Continue reading

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Glenn Schleede: “US and NY officials reward Iberdrola of Spain at the expense of US taxpayers, job seekers, and electric customers”

Courtesy of Mr. Glenn Schleede: US and NY officials reward Iberdrola of Spain at the expense of US taxpayers, job seekers, and electric customers Often it’s hard to tell whether highly questionable actions by federal and state government officials that reward … Continue reading

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“The Wind Farm Scam” by Dr. John Etherington – a review

Thanks to Mr. Glenn Schleede for allowing us to post his review of “The Wind Farm Scam” by Dr. John Etherington, for the benefit of our readers. We provide the text of Mr. Schleede’s review for your convenience below, but … Continue reading

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If the wind is free, why do we have to pay you to take it?

In an earlier post, “Mountain Breezes – Green Energy’s New Coal?,” we spoke of the taking of the coal.  For decades past, and likely many decades future, the important, yet much maligned resource has, and will continue to feed the energy … Continue reading

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