The oldest renewable source of energy deserves a better fate…
Added by Long Islander on October 28, 2022 at 11:55pm — No Comments
Note that Maine PUC chair Phil Bartlett was on Governor Baldacci's wind task force, which was created to begin the onslaught of Maine's countryside with feckless wind power and put money in the pockets of insiders. https://www.windtaskforce.org/page/the-expedited-wind-law
Longroad Energy is the gang from First Wind -…Continue
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Added by Long Islander on October 24, 2022 at 9:00am — No Comments
Lawyers for the CMP-backed project to bring hydropower from Quebec through western Maine had asked a court to reconsider an injunction halting the work while the case progresses.…Continue
by Mehr Sher
Maine is exploring hydrogen as a source of energy in a national effort to create an infrastructure for clean power across the country.
Maine has signed on with six other northeast states to produce clean hydrogen and is seeking funding through the Department of Energy, which has earmarked $8 billion to help meet the country’s energy demand and work toward…Continue
By Robert Bryce
October 14, 2022
The hype about wind and solar energy keeps colliding with the hard reality of land-use conflicts. Nowhere is that more obvious than in Ohio, where 41 townships have rejected or restricted the expansion of wind and/or solar projects since last November. In addition, at least eight Ohio counties have implemented restrictions on Big Wind and Big Solar over that same time period.
The soaring number of rejections – all of which are documented in…Continue
Added by Long Islander on October 15, 2022 at 10:30pm — No Comments
Published Thu, Oct 6 2022 | Seema Mody | cnbc.com ~~
General Electric is laying off 20% of its U.S. onshore wind workforce, which equates to hundreds of jobs, according to a person familiar with the matter who declined to be named.
A note was sent out to employees Wednesday.
“We are taking steps to streamline and size our onshore wind business for market realities to position us for future success. These are difficult decisions, which do not reflect on our employees’…Continue