ROBERT BRYCE | 01/28/2014
But several key energy words were missing in action. There was not a single mention of biofuels. Not a word about wind energy. And nothing about electric vehicles.
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"The biggest corporate welfare in the country is subsidies to windmills" - Governor LePage
UMaine Offshore Wind Developers Envision a Wind-Driven Economy
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The letter can be downloaded here:
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Meanwhile, Republican Gov. Paul LePage was also urging lawmakers to take action on the energy front this year.
LePage again took aim at Maine’s wind energy industry, saying the growing production of wind power in the Pine Tree State was doing little to lower ratepayer costs, noting energy prices increased significantly in 2013.
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-The annual awards program from the DEP honors entities whose voluntary innovation has resulted in measurable environmental and economic benefits
AUGUSTA – The…Continue
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Funny how the wind industry claims overwhelming public support for wind (using rigged polling) yet 90%+ of the time wind is put to the people of Maine, (e.g., wind ordinance votes), it is rejected.
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The leading answers to the OPEN-ENDED question as to our top problem: Government
Dissatisfaction with government/Congress/politicians; Poor leadership/Corruption/Abuse of power
The environment/pollution garnered a mere 1%. Energy/lack of energy sources garnered a mere "statistically insignificant".
See the full results and methodology…Continue
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There you go again.
The article references the German experience. Here's some more on that:
Economic impacts from the promotion of renewable energies:The German experience
The above heading is from a reader comment that says it all.
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