Stop Advocating the Maiming of Maine's Ridges NRCM!
Katahdin from Rollins Wind Project (photo by Brad Blake) - and the wind companies' test towers have since moved far closer to this greatest mountain,e.g. MEDWAY.
NRCM management uses CO2 as the primary justification of scarring Maine's ridges with wind factories and transmission blight. This certainly predated their wind advocacy du jour based on "jobs", most of which are temporary and often staffed by out of state crews.
The PDF document at the following link puts NRCM's own published CO2 information into proper perspective using the Maine woods as a point of reference. It is undeniably way past time to change course and stop so many Mainers' anguish and the ill conceived and recklessly reasoned befouling of Maine's cherished ridges.
Please click on the following to read the PDF:
Remember money talks: https://bangordailynews.com/2015/09/25/business/anti-wind-group-got...; "...
PORTLAND, Maine — Wind power developer SunEdison announced it agreed to give $2.75 million to conservation efforts and limit where it pursues wind farms to advance the state’s largest wind project to date in Bingham.
SunEdison said Friday the conservation fund is one part of an agreement between it and the group Friends of Maine Mountains, which in March withdrew an appeal of the Bingham project before the Board of Environmental Protection..."
Maine has been easy pickings for commercial wind and they don't to see this stopped. One of the reasons Weyerhaeuser bought out Plum Creek is they thought they could pepper the land with turbines. This morning was a pro wind dog and pony show !
reason # ? for suspension of WIND....the WIND act is wrong on the CO2 calculations..
Great link. I wonder how we can get rid of Dylan Voorhees?
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