07.01.2009 | BOSTON -- Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signs an ethics bill at the Statehouse, in Boston as then-Attorney General Martha Coakley, and then-state Sen. Brian Joyce, D-Milton look on. The bill was designed to prevent a repeat of scandals involving lawmakers by…Continue
I welcome readers’ take on this research about EDP at the intersection of Boston Consulting Group and Hillary Clinton.
EDP head office raided in corruption probe
Created: 02 June 2017
Officers of the Judicial Police raided the Lisbon offices of EDP, REN and the Boston Consulting Group this morning as part of an investigation into active and passive corruption.
The Attorney General's Office explained that the investigation is being run by the Central…
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The Cape Wind Autopsy
The 2001 proposed “World’s Largest”, “America’s First”, offshore wind project, Cape Wind, challenged state and federal governments to evaluate project impacts while formulating a plan for alternative offshore development. Public safety issues had not yet been addressed through Zoning that would eliminate ocean areas from…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. …
Lessons of ENRON IGNORED spawn Billion Dollar Green Bankruptcies
It was nice to read a piece in the Boston Globe yesterday regarding FloWind because this publication rarely shines their light on green energy failures. FloWind has filed for bankruptcy protection following a slew of green company failures as the result of the policies of the former MA Governor Deval Patrick Administration; I believe that MA is the U.S. leader in green company failures. Off the top of my head these…Continue
From Seeking Alpha...First Wind is in the cross-hair of Congressional Investigators. Buzz words, "ENRON", "Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002", "Federal Stimulus"
As a Massachusetts resident I feel sorry for our Northern neighbors burdened by our policies.
It's pretty bad when 60 Minutes finds interest in the renewables sector here.
Massachusetts' American Superconductor AMSC became the subject of CBS 60 minutes “The Great Brain Robbery” regarding the theft by China’s Sinovel of AMSC wind turbine technology. This is an International industrial espionage thriller yet to be written. …Continue
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I'm probably too annoyed to write about the most recent of MA Public Officials writing green rules that ultimately benefit them. But, this swamp drained will benefit New Englanders and silence is the voice of complicity.
There were zero comments on this Boston Globe 1/18/17 piece I read this AM which demonstrates very troubling public apathy.
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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.
It's vindicating for anti-wind activists like me to read criticisms of the wind industry by representatives of the the wind industry.
Illinois- Renewable company claims 63 wind turbines, "are operating at a deficit", "are not efficient" and seeks to uproot them after only 13 yrs in operation according to management at Dallas-based Leeward Renewable Energy that has applied for a Special Use Permit from Lee County Zoning…Continue
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Reporter Jon Chesto of the Boston Globe offers laughable Talking Points in his July 6, 2016 published:
A US Appeals Court panel in Washington ruled on Tuesday that Cape Wind Associates still has more work to do before it can move forward with its proposed 130 wind turbine project for Nantucket Sound. The developer hailed the court’s decision on a lawsuit filed by opponents as a positive one,…Continue
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Showtimes, Save the Date!…Continue
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