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A Cluttered Sky (Video)

We thank Mr. John Terry for allowing us to post his most recent video.  When asked to introduce “A Cluttered Sky,” Mr. Terry provided the following comments: “There are a lot of assumptions regarding wind energy. Some of these are … Continue reading

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C. (Kees) le Pair – Facts About The Savings Of Fossil Fuel

AT Note:  While this study of industrial wind’s ability to replace fossil fuel is focused on data specific to The Netherlands, it should give pause to the efforts in the US to blanket our countryside with these enormous and very … Continue reading

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Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for August 7, 2012

Items of Interest: 1-“He also noted that wind farms are attractive to investors because government subsidies are often available to support their construction.”  “You’ll probably see more of them being erected up and down the ridges, unless the government decides … Continue reading

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Senator Mark Warner urged to reconsider financial support for industrial wind.

Our thanks to Mr. Glenn Schleede for allowing us to post his important letter to Senator Mark Warner of Virginia. Letter begins:  May 28, 2012 The Honorable Mark R. Warner – United States Senate Dear Senator Warner: I have great respect … Continue reading

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Paul Driessen challenges Obama Administration renewable energy agenda.

The following is provided courtesy of CFACT – Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow. A few questions for President Obama President Obama sounds like an anti-business Community Organizer in Chief: pointing fingers, making baseless claims about ending our “addiction to oil,” … Continue reading

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