The Newry Planning Board is proposing ordinance amendments that would effectively ban the construction of commercial wind power projects in the town.
A public hearing on the…
Added by Long Islander on September 30, 2011 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment
Does anyone know if the wind farm in Erroll N.H. is the same outfit that here on Record Hill.? Was headed off to L.L.Cote's in Erroll and right from rt, 26 you could see them on the ridge line behind the town. Darn things are everywhere.
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17 State House Station
28 Tyson Drive
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Powerpoint recap on the UMPI turbine is here:
Sounds like the taxpayer and the tuition payer have gotten the shaft - to the tune of $2 million and counting.
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As the knowledge and understanding of the effects of wind turbines on human health evolves and deepens worldwide, the concept of the precautionary principle, which we addressed to the BEP in our testimony for a change in noise regulations, is a small but essential compromise Maine regulators and legislators should give to the citizens in siting wind turbines.
Please read the very comprehensive report coming from the Waubra Foundation in…Continue
Added by Monique Aniel Thurston on September 26, 2011 at 10:56pm — 1 Comment
Sept. 26--Daniel Yergin, one of the…
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Consumers wary of buying electric cars
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The attached document attempts to put NRCM's published CO2 information into proper perspective. We think it does just that and it's high time to change course. C'mon everybody, let's work together to fix Maine's problems.
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Please click on the following PDF on First Wind - a complaint from a U.S. Congressman.
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Please click on the following link for a printable version
Energy Policy, Science and You
Orono - September…
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Editor's Note: The following is an excerpt from the new book Eco-Fads by Todd Myers.
The photo takes more than a full page of the magazine and it is stark. It shows acre upon…
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I do not quite understand RECs and RGGI. Turbines do not need to make electricity in order to sell RECs?
Patricia Aho, Acting Commissioner of the Maine Dept of Environmental Protection, will be joined by State House lobbyists…
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An area destroyed for $26 a year. I guess that means about seven cents a day per owner, which if there were two people in every household might be 3.5 cents per day. Maine has been had. Thank you Governor Baldacci. Thank you NRCM.
Iconic shot of wind turbines on northern end of Rollins Mt. with Mt. Katahdin in the background. May…Continue
Added by Long Islander on September 20, 2011 at 11:00pm — 4 Comments
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