Tag Archives: Oregon wind
Items of interest: 1:This is post number 700 at the Allegheny Treasures blog, which started nearly 30 months ago. I thought it might be fun to provide the link to the very first post, dated 9/28/2009 – Mountain Breezes – Green … Continue reading
Iran building nukes; two wars with hundreds of thousands of troops placed in harms way; the Middle East ready to blow at any time and heaven knows what North Korea is up to and Defense Secretary Robert Gates has time … Continue reading
“Wind farm owners have a strong incentive to sell off or abandon their projects once tax benefits have been captured…”
“Wind farm owners have a strong incentive to sell off or abandon their projects once tax benefits have been captured (5-6 years for accelerated depreciation; 10 years for production tax credits), turbine performance deteriorates and/or operating and maintenance costs escalate. … Continue reading
Chugging soon into your home town – “The Green Energy Subsidy Express” – be careful not to play on the tracks!
Via National Wind Watch – “State lowballed cost of green tax breaks” Seems over in Oregon they have a little squabble over subsidies for “green” energy. The OregonLive.com post suggests that “State officials deliberately underestimated the cost of Gov. Ted … Continue reading