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Perhaps this consumer organization needs to probe the fraud that is wind power.
Consumer Forum is a collaboration of the Bangor Daily News and…Continue
The House Natural Resources Committee issued the subpoena Tuesday as part of a 10-month investigation into the enforcement policies and practices of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the Justice Department, a news release said.
An Associated Press investigation exposed how the Obama administration was failing to enforce the law for wind power, even as it…Continue
Every wind turbine contributes to global warming, so thanks to all those politicians who have given us our expensive, mountain-destroying, unreliable wind power.
What else still needs to be done?
Maine has earned an “F” from a national organization’s first-in-the-nation assessment…
And of course this Spanish company (with heavy backers from the Middle East) already nailed ratepayers for a $1.5 BILLION transmission upgrade, needed solely for its fellow wind "farmers". Iberdola (CMP) is one of the world's largest developers of wind projects. And only a few years ago it received enormous ARRA stimulus funds, including those for its so called "smart meters" in guinea pig state Maine.
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|Maine Gov's Bill Would Change State's Windpower Goals|
03/06/2014 Reported By: Jennifer Mitchell
But worse, he says, is that even if the state manages to make that 2,000-megawatt goal in the next…
|Court Casts Doubt on First Wind, Emera Joint Venture|
|03/05/2014 Reported By: Patty B. Wight|
An oldie and a goodie that now looks like a greatee.
Less than two weeks ago, a Canadian energy company and a major wind power developer with turbines in Maine …Continue
Update, Monday, Mar 3 at 4PM:
See the map at:
The following links shows a map of wind opposition groups in several countries including the U.S., the UK, Denmark, Sweden…Continue
Gee, I guess wind power is just not in the cards when it comes to reducing energy prices. Great for reducing property values and those pesky tourists though.
An article on this in the Portland Press-Herald can be read at:…Continue
A bill recently introduced by the governor would do away with the megawatt targets and replace them with goals to expand economic opportunities and lower electricity prices. Wind proponents call it an attack on renewable energy, but LePage’s administration says it will spark a conversation about how the state can bolster…Continue