The rest of the world is discovering what we already know in Maine - Wind power is not reliable!
To celebrate International Translation Day, the BBC asked translators around the world for their favorite phrases. Judith Sauerzapf-Christopherson, Institute of Translation and Interpreting submitted:
"Verspargelung der Lanschaft" (German)
"Transformation of the surrounding landscape into an asparagus field." (English)
... a pejorative phrase to criticise the impact of wind farms on the…
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An article in the New York Times today touts the positive nature and success of the University of Maine floating wind turbine design. …Continue
John Droz, Jr. on How to Succeed in the Wind Energy Fight…
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Hillary Clinton’s politically-motivated opposition to fracking shows she cares more about pandering to liberal special interests than creating good-paying jobs, making America more energy independent and driving down energy costs for families and businesses.
“Producing more American energy is a central part of my plan to Making America Wealthy Again – especially for the poorest Americans,” Trump stated. “America is sitting on a treasure trove of untapped energy – some $50…Continue
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We have heard about the outrageous bird killings for years from Jim Wiegand- It is time to do something about this in Maine! We all know that Maine Audubon has sold out completely to the wind industry- with their list of major donors including wind developers and their cronies! And lets not forget about Maine Audubon's bogus "study" of the Impact of wind projects in Maine (financed in part by the former First Wind)! It is time to start bringing attention to the damage wind turbines do to…Continue
LUPC has issued a revised agenda for the meeting to be held in Lincoln, Maine on Wednesday,September 28, 2016, regarding the removal of Carroll Plantation from the Expedited Wind Zone. The meeting begins at 3:15 PM, with the public hearing on Carroll Plantation to begin at 5:30 PM. Please urge as many people as you can to attend!
n 2008, Maine’s Legislature passed the Wind Energy Act, which established state policy around wind farm developments. Some areas of the policy were left more open than others, and the state gave the Maine Department of Environmental Protection authority to set more specific rules in the future.
“The new rules will provide us more guidance when we review an application” for a proposed wind development, said Mark Bergeron, director of the Department of Environmental Protection’s Bureau…Continue
Maine's environment as we know it stands to be tremendously and irreversibly despoiled by he New England Clean Energy RFP, which ultimately arises from the corrupt windpower-owned state legislatures in Mass-Ct-RI. Their timetable, published earlier this year, specifies that all contracts were to be executed by today, 9/22/16.…Continue
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