Over 300 comments came in yesterday about the wind industry proposal to allow the wind industry to harvest 6200 eagles annually. Most of them are giving these crooked bastards hell.
With the Eagle slaughtering proposal comment period ending tomorrow, I thought I would point out a little big brother at work. If you click on the main site it says................ Comments
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Should a wind project owner enter into a good faith sales contract for it's output by power purchase agreement with another entity and also be able to set a negative price into the wholesale real-time market ? Isn't the power purchaser compelled to pay the wind project owner by terms of the PPA and also pay the market in this circumstance ?
Thanks to Jim Wiegand I was reminded to comment.
Your Comment Tracking Number: 1k0-8qki-qouh…
SunEdision asking for yet another break?
Court Name: U.S. Bankruptcy Court Records for the Southern District of New York
Case Number: 16-10992-smb
Party Name: SunEdison, Inc., et al.,
Filing Type: Bankruptcy, Office: 1 Chapter: 11 [Motion, Sell Property Free And Clear of Liens Under Section 363(f) (Fee)]
Date Published: July 01, 2016…
Added by Long Islander on July 4, 2016 at 12:16pm — No Comments
The governor’s environmental policies are consistently outmoded and self-defeating. A case in point is his irrational opposition to necessary clean energy development like solar and wind.........
Executive Committee chair and vice chair, Sierra Club Maine…Continue
Steve Forrest, the Rockies and Plains program coordinator for Defenders of Wildlife said………….“The burrowing owls left because the prairie dogs left,” Forrest said. That is not surprising since the owls prey on the prairie dogs, he said. The coyotes likely left because…Continue
June 30, 2016
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AUGUSTA – Governor Paul R. LePage has announced he will hold his next town halls in Boothbay Harbor and Greenville. On Wednesday, July 6, Governor LePage will deliver remarks in Boothbay Harbor about moving Maine forward and answer questions from residents. The Governor will be in…Continue
Though this is in Washington State, given the lack of any massive amount of remaining Maine forest for a company such as Weyerhaeuser and knowing its "Record of Willful Environmental Destruction" , I have to wonder if their intent of purchase from Plum Creek and others in Maine is for the purpose of leasing to RES and…Continue
Added by Eric A. Tuttle on June 30, 2016 at 11:24am — No Comments
The company was founded in 1899 as a builder and operator of electricity and transport infrastructure in Brazil; the company's earlier name of "Brascan" reflected this history ("Brasil" + "Canada"). The company provided electricity and tram services in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, and the Brazilian side after the split is still known as "Light", short for Brazilian Traction, Light and Power Co. Ltd. Over the next century, the company expanded and it is now an owner and operator of…Continue
“With each oversized, out-of-scale, in-your-face wind project presented, scores of people join the not-so-quiet ‘war on wind’ raging nationwide.....We could go on describing the intense fights now happening in New York, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, New Hampshire, Maine, Oklahoma, Ohio, Oregon, Massachusetts ... you get the picture. But don’t expect big media to notice. After all, these fights don't fit the national narrative honed by the wind industry that up-plays the image…Continue
The countries which Mr. Trump says are laughing at us surely must include those helping themselves to our moronic wind subsidies in the land of $19 trillion debt.…Continue
I have returned from a brief stay at Mattakeunk Lake in Lee and while I was there, I traveled out to Passadumkeag Mt., a project that should never have happened. Brief background: the opposition to this project convinced then-DEP Commissioner Patty Aho and key staff to tour the region prior to the second public meeting at the Greenbush school auditorium. The Commissioner heard hours of passionate testimony and the DEP issued a denial of the project based largely on the scenic impact on…Continue
Added by Brad Blake on June 27, 2016 at 11:30pm — No Comments