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Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for January 9, 2012

Items of interest: 1:The Allegheny Front Alliance sends us two articles of local interest: By 2013, Western Md. could have more wind turbines – Times News Edison VP responds to W.Va. noise complaints – Times News (Glad to see industrial wind’s … Continue reading

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Maryland’s O’Malley selects winners and losers with taxpayer money.

From the Washington Examiner:  “It is true, as O’Malley spokesman Adamec stated, that incentivizing cost-efficient energy sources is not consistent with the governor’s policies.  However, those policies are inconsistent with the campaign promises of lowering utility rates, which first propelled … Continue reading

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State of Maryland announces plan to reduce its carbon footprint from a size 10 1/2 to a size 10 1/2. What? UPDATE – COST

According to the AP, Governor Martin O’Malley announced that the state of Maryland “will sign 20-year purchase agreements with four wind and solar developers, demonstrating Maryland’s commitment to reduce its carbon footprint by 25 percent by 2020.” The Governor added, … Continue reading

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