Tag Archives: Industrial Wind Performance
We thank the Allegheny Highlands Alliance for granting permission to post their most recent video titled, “Wind to Work.” The Allegheny Highlands Alliance (AHA) is a consortium of citizen/environment organizations with membership in five states along the Allegheny Front. AHA … Continue reading
UPDATE: Mr. Adams provided us with his extended remarks, which is now published as a letter to the editor in the Mineral Daily News-Tribune. For your convenience, we have replaced the earlier version with the extended letter in the post … Continue reading
My dad liked that phrase … “Write it down on a block of ice!” He used to tell me that when I’d do a chore and tell him I was going to send him a bill. Sometimes, when I read … Continue reading
Jon Boone: “I note the Ontario wind output is now at 0.4 % of it’s installed capacity. A little lower and it will meet the needs of Fantasyland.”
So cynical! I’m happy to report that since Mr. Boone’s comment, output from Ontario’s 1,100 MW of installed capacity has more than doubled. Current Ontario Wind Output = 11 MW, or enough to meet the needs of Espanola – 11am … Continue reading
Touting NREL report, advocates claim wind has potential to produce enough electricity for 3.6 billion Americans. A little overkill, perhaps???
For those of you concerned that the failure of industrial wind to perform as a reliable, on demand energy source, take heart! If we simply turn over every inch of available land to the industrial wind LLCs we won’t need nuclear, … Continue reading