We live in rural Iowa where Mid American Energy is trying to develop a large area of our crop lands into industrial wind generating facilities. The citizens of Palo Alto County here in Iowa have an active lawsuit against Mid American Energy and a lawsuit against the County Board of Supervisors. These lawsuits are based on violations of our Iowa Laws. The citizens do not want wind energy taking over our land for the Tax Incentives that they eat like candy.
There is now a gofundme…Continue
Added by Dennis Youngkin on April 22, 2018 at 5:31pm — No Comments
Massachusetts legislators are again pushing wind through bills that eliminate and erode obstacles, public and environmental laws that protect us, to gain unlimited development and profit potential for gov picked wind turbines. There will be no public debate.
The State leans on the Wind Noise Impact Study findings of 2012 This study was a review of literature by the state appointed body of experts and advocates of wind. The state refused to provide a seat on the noise panel to…Continue
The Nature Conservancy is a massive organization and a global player.
You'll find a description of their organization and their methodology for assessing the impact of hydroelectric generating plants on 'nature'. This affects FERC relicensing of all Maine plants up for renewal; Maine is the second largest hydro generator in New England.
There is one slide listing all the impacts a hydroplant has; it could serve as a template for measuring the impact of a wind…Continue
Set off by Massachusetts' Senator Markey and Senator Warren's introduction of legislation, (read TAX AND RATE INCREASE), to promote offshore wind, I set out to review and Blog information about America's First Offshore Wind project consisting of 5 offshore wind turbines, DeepWater Wind. …
The federal process has begun for the UMaine's Maine Aqua Ventus (MAV) project to build a pair of full scale floating wind turbines off Monhegan. Please help us have the greatest impact possible at the three coming meetings on ensuring it not threaten birds, the View, and shellfish - particularly lobster larvae.
On February 28 and March 1,2017 the US Dept of Energy will hold three scoping sessions:
* Two on Feb 28 at St. George Fire Dept meeting room. 2 to 4:00…Continue
Added by Ron Huber on February 5, 2017 at 10:00pm — No Comments
I landed on the tarmac at Pease Airforce Base in Portsmith, N.H. during February of 2013. Three Evergreen International Boeing cargo planes were there. Evergreen is a familiar name,…Continue
1 million Acres of Ocean Area have been gifted to Enron by the Department of Energy. This Ocean Area is Public Trust that the feds were supposed to have held In Trust for US.
This is why we need to get rid of the U.S. Department of Energy. It's spin central creating the illusion of success where there is failure funded by U.S. citizens.
DESIGNING A WIND ORDINANCE....John Droz has a model ordinance; and I commented on it:
HI….I’ve been through the development of two wind ordinances—Lisbon Falls, and Portland Maine, and addressed a large forum of town planners on the elements of a ‘model’ ordinance, so it’s not without experience I suggest you take this one apart and break it into sections:
o Migratory insects and birds
o Loss of…Continue
Added by Barbara Durkin on March 16, 2016 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Added by Barbara Durkin on February 19, 2016 at 1:00pm — No Comments
E2TECH IS SPONSORING THIS:
New England Clean Energy Procurement Project Proposals
Date: Friday, March 11, 2016
Time: 7:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Maple Hill Farm, 11 Inn Road, Hallowell…
Added by Frank J. Heller, MPA on February 19, 2016 at 9:57am — No Comments
History is the best indicator of the future...
A while back, I asked an investigative journalist to describe how he began his investigations. He answered that he asked himself two questions.
"What's here that shouldn't be here?"
And, "What's not here that should be here?"
Google: Patrick Wood, III ENRON and note 257,000 results
Editor's note: I have below underlined,…Continue
MA former Executive Energy Secretary Ian Bowle's has written an op-ed for CommonWealth boasting the sacrifice of ME's citizens, and the sacrifice of the treasured integrity of Maine's mountains and viewscapes, for the benefit of Massachusetts residents.
I hope that some reading this will consider responding to this op-ed: …Continue
The "Wind Tech" story has been out was over 2 months. This important story has been completely ignored by the media and the FWS. Let this example of our system at work serve as a Warning to all.
There is also much more to this story. Unfortunately the guy's images and much more very important information was left out of the story because it would have revealed who…Continue