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Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for August 23, 2011

Items of interest: 1-“As for the windfall in green jobs, that has always been a con job.” – Jonah Goldberg (LA Times) 2-“Britain’s Wind Farm Scam Threatens Economic Recovery” – Watts Up With That? 3-Former Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas “has … Continue reading

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Vermont citizen on industrial wind vote: “We wish Ira to remain as the Rutland Herald characterized it in 2007 as “pure Vermont.”

From the opinion page today at the Rutland (Vermont) Herald Online:  Overwhelming vote on wind The people of Ira have spoken by nearly a fourfold majority that they are in favor of renewable energy, but not industrial wind turbines on … Continue reading

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How much electricity does it take to run an industrial wind plant? No, that’s not a trick question!

This article – Wind farm system excels at remote monitoring and control – at HazardEx, writes that “new ethernet technology is being utilised by a wind power generating company to better maintain and control their installations.” The device, which you can … Continue reading

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