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Section 1603 renewable subsidy must expire.

In an article at Master Resource, Lisa Linowes urges readers to contact their congressional representatives to demand that the Section 1603 subsidy be allowed to expire on December 31, 2011.  We highly recommend you read the article, which discusses the … Continue reading

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Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for August 14, 2011

Items of interest: 1-From our friends at Windtoons:  2-“Texas has seen large growth in wind generation because of DOE subsidies for wind generation. The subsidies are what makes wind generation feasible economically.” – Energy Blogs 3-And while we’re on Texas: … Continue reading

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The Industrial Wind Action Group challenges a wind salesman – Uh Oh!

An editorial from the Industrial Wind Action Group: “Wind speak” from a wind salesman (Posted March 25, 2010) Alexandra Weit has followed the wind energy industry in the San Gorgonio Pass, California since its beginnings. In 2008, she obtained nine … Continue reading

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Industrial Wind Action Group Editorial: The economics of transmission in New England

Important Editorial from the Industrial Wind Action Group: WindAction Editorial The economics of transmission in New England With little fanfare last week, the ISO-New England[1] released its latest report, New England 2030 Power System Study: Report to the New England Governors, summarizing … Continue reading

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Wind developer and former Maine Governor Angus King opinion piece “teeming with his own myths and half-truths that deserve clarification.”

In its editorial, Maine: Myths, opinions, and facts, the Industrial Wind Action Group challenges former Maine Governor Angus King’s use of myths and half truths in his recent attempt to “correct the record” about wind power. The Wind Action Editorial is here, … Continue reading

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From IWA – Expert: Flawed Methodologies Used in U.S. DOE Study on Property Values and Wind Power Projects

Confirming earlier efforts by the Industrial Wind Action Group comes this: This is the original report by Albert R. Wilson: Comment from Mr. Jon Boone: I’m pasting below the remarks I made in my Maryland PSC Synergics testimony vis a … Continue reading

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