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“the “bizarro world” of industrial wind energy policy”

Thanks to Frank O’Hara of West Virginia’s Allegheny Front Alliance (AFA) for pointing us to this excellent post at MasterResource – Testimony Against Industrial Wind Power (Kevon Martis before the Ohio Senate and House Public Utilities Committees) Please visit MasterResource … Continue reading

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Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for January 10, 2012

Items of interest: 1:According to the CEO of General Motors, the average annual income of buyers of the Chevy Volt is $170,000. Those who buy the luxury electric Fisker Karma or Tesla roadster earn more than $250,000 a year. Yet … Continue reading

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Politics over science … does the security of the nation matter?

A must read by Lisa Linowes at MasterResource: “Wind Energy and Radar: A National Security Issue” We at AT discussed the hostage politics of the Oregon wind deal in this post from May, 2010:  Defense Secretary Gates: “homeland security concerns … Continue reading

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To borrow from the late, great Edwin Starr: “Wind, huh, yeah, What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! Uh-huh!”

At least that’s what a growing number of citizen’s feel about industrial wind’s ability to serve as a viable energy source.  And now that wind industry spokesman Frank Maisano has confirmed that “no one — except the tried and true … Continue reading

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Civil discourse – the ultimate education.

Some weeks ago, when Allegheny Treasures was just beginning, Jon Boone graciously agreed to be interviewed for a post, resulting in, “A Conversation with Jon Boone – Toward a Better Understanding of Industrial Wind Technology.”  The discussion was very well received … Continue reading

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