Thank you Saving Maine for raising the funds to launch an advertising campaign to educate Maine citizens and our valuable summer visitors about the scourge of industrial wind power in Maine!
The new ad campaign by Saving Maine is on! Here is the ad that ran in this week's Forescaster, the premier newspaper that covers Maine's populated region that loves wind turbines because they will never have them built near them. Support the effort by going to savingmaine.org…
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First Wind sees setbacks in Maine
| GLOBE STAFF JUNE 21, 2014
First Wind Holdings Inc., a …Continue
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LePage touts energy efficient heat source at Blaine House
The governor is installing 22 ductless pumps as the new technology gains steam.Continue
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The Saving Maine web site , www.SavingMaine.org, has been renovated and is up and running with a new donation option, a "who we are" page, and more. Our plan calls for an entirely new site over the coming weeks. We want to thank everyone for their positive comments and their encouragement. We look forward working with you all as this effort rolls out. We have a lot to do and will need everyone's help to make this effort pay. So, try out that donation…Continue
Saving Maine's statewide media effort starts this Thursday in the BDN and Falmouth Forecaster. The campaign will appear in the Portland Press Herald next week. Stay tuned.
Gov. John Kasich has signed a measure that makes Ohio the first state to weaken its renewable energy standards, following a long and sometimes bitter debate that has put the state in a national spotlight. …Continue
Friday, June 13, 2014
Hawaii wind player gets comeuppance in Maine
Britain Braces For World War II-style Energy Rationing
Britain’s energy crisis is getting so bad that the country faces “Second World War-style” rationing in order to keep the lights on throughout the country, according to the Register.
The government is launching major energy reforms to lower power demand and…Continue
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First Wind et al is comprised of a cadre of well connected subsidy seeking liars, who deceive and pervert the permitting process for their own ends.
They deserve to be removed from Maine's permitting process as contenders for any other projects in Maine.
This was a good wake up call for the industry as well. They have everything on their side except the truth, and…Continue
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SPECIAL REPORT: VERMONT SMACK IN THE MIDDLE OF CRUCIAL ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AND DEMAND
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Maine will use less electricity in 2023 than today, forecast says
BY TUX TURKEL STAFF WRITER…Continue
In Dec. 2013, after nearly four years of basic wind warrioring, the Business and Consumer Court agreed with the Beckfords of Rebel Hill Farm and vacated Pisgah Mt, LLC's permit. The Court concluded the Clifton Planning Board did not enforce the ordinance that Pisgah was unable to comply with. At that time we wondered if the town government would know it was time to fold 'em. Nope!! After having wasted $75,000 in their legal support of Pisgah, the Select Board gave the Planning Board…Continue
EPA wants Maine power plants to cut emissions 13.5 percent by 2030
In a statement, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers — the union that represents workers at Bath Iron Works, FairPoint Communications and elsewhere — expressed concern the new regulations could reduce the country’s overall electricity production capacity and could negatively affect jobs and…Continue
I believe this is based on the U.S. If wind power is as terrible as Brookings describes nationally, think of how much less efficacious it is in Maine where onshore wind is overall poor.
Hopefully the shallow thinking environmental groups will soon stop taking money from the wind industry and quickly acknowledge the reality they have been helping to destroy Maine's magnificence in shilling for this wholly fraudulent electricity…Continue
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Great Read: Renewable energy mandates, GE and other cronies
But even better for GE is the fact that wind turbines last 20 years- at best. Thus, over the 60…Continue
Questions about future of wind power in N.H.
“There have been several attempts in recent legislation to pass moratoria on wind energy in the state, either explicitly or de facto,” he wrote in an email. “Although those have not come to pass, there is continued pressure for the wind industry and wind supporters to defend against new legislation that…Continue
Many developers were forced to rush their projects last year to meet the Production Tax Credit requirements before it was allowed to expire at…
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