Tag Archives: WV Public Service Commission
A little history before I get into today’s topic: Back in October 2011, I posted a little rant titled “Confused in West Virginia.” My confusion, at the time, had to do with an August 2011 FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) … Continue reading
I’ve taken a bit of a break here at Allegheny Treasures. The original focus of the blog was industrial wind in the Alleghenies but, with a lot of help, the effort expanded a bit. In recent weeks I’ve decided to … Continue reading
The Public Service Commission of West Virginia has a Vision Statement. Have a look at Vision Statement Item 4: “An improvement in the standard of living and quality of life for the people of West Virginia” Reading this statement, folks … Continue reading
Ongoing noise problems associated with Mitsubishi turbines operating at the Pinnacle Wind project in Mineral County WV are being investigated by the West Virginia Public Service Commission, following a formal complaint from residents. The following are excerpts from the WV … Continue reading
West Virginia House and Senate Leadership asked to review “flawed” industrial wind decommission funding process.
Recently, at the direction of the WV Public Service Commission, the Mineral County (WV) Commissioners approved a Decommissioning Fund and Escrow Agreement for the purpose of protecting county residents against potential financial harm. It is my opinion that the agreement, … Continue reading