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Industrial wind and emission reduction – the debate continues.

We recently posted Robert Bryce’s suggestion that “recent studies show that wind-generated electricity likely won’t result in any reduction in carbon emissions—or that they’ll be so small as to be almost meaningless.” Michael Goggin, of the American Wind Energy Association, responded … Continue reading

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“Now is a good time to consider the massive misinformation campaign wind power proponents have whipped up in the mountains.”

Daren Bakst writes at StarNews Online: ‘Extremists’ push wind power regardless of the cost Mr. Bask, in his article focusing on North Carolina suggests, “While most attention has focused on mountain ridgelines, there’s been little focus on massive industrial wind … Continue reading

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Not your average NIMBY – environmentally concerned citizen turns away from industrial wind.

From the Thunder Bay, Ontario – Chronicle Journal: When I first heard that industrial wind turbines were to be installed on the Nor‘Wester Mountains I thought “Wonderful!” We bought our property, less than one kilometre from the proposed site, and … Continue reading

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Jon Boone challenges “Maryland’s wind power potential”

In the Baltimore Sun’s Second Opinion Blog of February 10, 2010 Mr. Andrew Green writes of “Maryland’s wind power potential.” Mr. Jon Boone of Oakland, Maryland takes exception to Mr. Green’s post suggesting:  “The Sun’s paean to wind technology … … Continue reading

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