John F. Hussey
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John F. Hussey commented on Long Islander's blog post 800 Words of Renewables Propaganda - How Often Does the PPH Give Us 800 Words?
"WIND energy is a complete crock of crap!  "...The costs for a utility scale wind turbine range from about $1.3 million to $2.2 million per MW of nameplate capacity installed. Most of the commercial-scale turbines…"
Saturday
John F. Hussey commented on Long Islander's blog post Running for Governor - Adam Cote's Clean Energy Plan
"He's full of IT! "
Friday
John F. Hussey commented on Pineo Girl's blog post WANT TO KNOW HOW MUCH ENERGY MAINE WIND PROJECTS PRODUCE? YOU 'RE GONNA HAVE TO WAIT!
"Wind is for Mass-holes! "
Apr 10
John F. Hussey commented on Long Islander's blog post Today 2PM - CMP Briefing Environment and Natural Resources on NECEC Transmission Line
"Smoke and mirrors AC/DC!   Hydro produces AC voltage at a stable 60 Hertz and sends it into the grid.  Turbines produce AC power but at different voltages and Hertz depending on wind speed.  You cannot connect unstabalized…"
Apr 9
Dan McKay commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"The economic boost derived from wind energy projects include the jobs created in the police department, the fire department, the utilities and various university staff."
Apr 3
John F. Hussey commented on Long Islander's blog post WAGM - UMPI's wind turbine damaged in late-night fire
"That is a Versa "47..." upgraded turbine hat replaced the original RRB Energy Ltd.PS-600 wind turbine. The upgrade was very quietly installed within the last year.  The new one TOASTED!"
Apr 2
Dudley G. Gray commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"So, what we need to know is just what the total cost to taxpayers is from this University boondoggle. I'd like to see a bonafide financial statements so we can find the only entities who made money on the project. As I said once before when I…"
Apr 2
Frank Haggerty commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"University of Maine at Presque Isle 2 hrs ·  We want to make sure our campus and community are aware of the fire in our wind turbine last night that caused a power outage on campus. Safety has been our top priority throughout…"
Apr 2
Gary Campbell commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"Assuming this is not an April Fool's joke... The article says "The 600 kilowatt turbine was installed in 2009 at a cost of $2 million. The turbine can generate roughly 700,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year — enough to power…"
Apr 2
Frank Haggerty commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"University of Maine Presque Isle’s wind turbine fire April 2, 2018  https://thecounty.me/2018/04/02/news/umpi-wind-turbine-catches-fire-easter-night/"
Apr 2
arthur qwenk commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"Please UMPI, leave it up as a daily reminder of how useless wind energy is everywhere it goes! A failed experiment indeed, with ignorance and lack of science as its base. It never did what is was supposed to and has been a maintenance nightmare from…"
Apr 2
John F. Hussey commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"Nothing in BDN or PPH..... hiding from bad news?"
Apr 2
Pineo Girl commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
"OMG! The most BTUs the UMPI turbine has ever put out!!!"
Apr 2
John F. Hussey commented on John F. Hussey's blog post UMPI windmill fire
Apr 2
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Apr 2
John F. Hussey commented on Long Islander's blog post Maine Offshore Wind Rent Seekers Panicking Ahead of Possible Common Sense Decision at PUC
"I used to know him...a pain in the a$$ then and a no nothing pain in the a$$ now!  Most lawyers will do anything for money!"
Apr 1

John F. Hussey's Blog

What energy production will look like in as little as 7 - 8 years

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Thorium based MSR/LFTRs... we built one at Oak Ridge as an experiment and ran it for over 20,000 without a major problem, just some minor repairs as you would expect. It worked!  Now it's time to finish the last steps to make them commercially usable so we can put them to work.  …

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Posted on March 31, 2018 at 3:38pm — 1 Comment

Oklahima Turbine fire 28 March 2018

https://www.facebook.com/OklahomaForestry/posts/10160122617060632   ; Just what we don't need on the mountain tops and ridge lines of…

Posted on March 31, 2018 at 7:17am — 1 Comment

US wind farm set to be brought down by federal investigation

We need to watch this!

"A wind farm in the United States is currently the subject of a federal criminal investigation after both an endangered bat and a protected golden eagle met their ends in the blades of its turbines.......…

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Posted on March 23, 2018 at 7:56pm

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