Donna Amrita Davidge
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At 12:04am on December 17, 2012, Janeel Hew said…

Aloha Donna, Hawaii has no laws regarding a decommissioned wind turbine plant. So basically the industries don't have any legal responsibility to spend the money that it would take to return the environment or should I say TRY to return the environment back to it's natural state. I touch on this subject under "Utility Scale Wind Turbine Energy Projects" #22 - #31, in my PEIS Submission. As it stands, the law-makers are leaving the decommissioning agreements to the landowners and the industries. But, as in two of the cases in Hawaii, the landowner and the turbine industry is one in the same...end result....nothing has to be done.

Do you know if Maine has any laws that cover this? If not, try and gather some folks together and have them bombard all of your Gov. Officials with letters and then set a time and date and have everyone call really gets their attention.
Blessings, Smile

At 6:09pm on December 20, 2009, freemont tibbetts said…
why is there a GE wind turbine ad on this page!

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