Tag Archives: Maine Industrial Wind

Friends of the Highland Mountains: “If you like the view of a dark, starry night, the kind rarely found in many parts of New England, you’d better visit soon.”

(Image Courtesy of Windtoons) From National Wind Watch: The wind development industry is on the offensive — pressing its campaign to make rural Maine the power plant for New England. Its escalated efforts are, no doubt, due to the rising … Continue reading

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To stop industrial wind you’ll probably have to boot your current legislator out of office.

Industrial wind doesn’t work!  Chances are the legislators representing you either don’t know that, or they receive so much money or so many promises from the wind lobby they don’t care.  Ignorance or greed, there’s not much in between. That … Continue reading

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Former industrial wind advocate: “This is nothing more than industrial wind mountaintop removal. It is being driven by dollars and cents, not ecological sense.”

From the Guest Columns section of the Lewiston, Maine Sun Journal:  Save the highland mountains from industrial wind By Jonathan Carter Mar 01, 2010 I have been advocating for wind power for decades. I never thought I would see the … Continue reading

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“Friends of the Highland Mountains” fighting Maine’s largest industrial wind complex.

From Maine Public Broadcasting Newtork: Residents and property owners living near the Highland Mountains in Somerset County are leading a fight against what could be the state’s largest industrial wind complex. At a news conference in Portland today, the group … Continue reading

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SOS – URGENT – Maine Wind Warriors Need Your Help Today

Allegheny Treasures is pleased to post this important email received from our friends at Citizens’ Task Force on Wind Power – Maine! We fully support the call for each state to establish a “code of conduct” for the industrial wind business, … Continue reading

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