I was wondering if there have been any Maine towns that have adopted moratoriums against Industrial Wind, that have then NOT implemented ordinances stricter than the state's. Does anyone know? It…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Huber Feb 25, 2011.
Have you all seen this document. Interesting stuff from a PhD out of Portugal who has done extensive research on the low freq. noise issues associated with professions such as pilots, flight…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by We Oppose Windfarms Mar 22, 2010.
Maybe all of our groups should get together and put together a Citizens' Petition for a Satewide MORATORIUM on these Wind Turbine Developments. The procedure, etc. can be found at the following site…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen Bessey Pease Jan 25, 2010.
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The economics of transmission in New England(Posted March 2, 2010)
With little fanfare last week, the ISO-New England released its latest report, New England 2030 Power System Study: Report to the New England Governors, summarizing the economic and environmental impacts of developing significant amounts of renewable sources within the region including substantial inland and offshore wind resources.
According to the report, the New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE)…
Posted on March 2, 2010 at 10:02am
Well, Dan's post inspired me to share what is our experience here in Buckfield. The planning board proposed that a core group of members commit to meeting weekly in order to do the extensive work necessary to formulate a cohesive ordinance. We refer to the weekly meetings as "workshops" so that we aren't restricted in terms of quarum etc. We are not doing any official "voting" - instead formulating recommendations to take to the entire board for the voting.
The history here…Continue
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