This is dedicated to all the wind turbine victims in Maine and everywhere else.
This is from VTDigger.org. The author is a victim of the Georgia Mt. wind turbines in VT. I have copied the entire piece here, but there are many interesting comments as well, so here is the link: …Continue
Don't ever count out the greedy push of the wind developers but according to this Bloomberg.com post, the revival of the wind industry's sacred Production Tax Credit may be dead this year.
Here is the lead in to the article, followed by the link:
Mar 11, 2014 5:18 PM ET
A federal tax credit…Continue
In the fight against proliferation of destructive, sprawling wind power sites, the scenic and environmental impact and noise problems are important. But I usually lead with the economic argument. Wind Turbines are a useless, expensive source of electricity that would not even exist except for overly generous subsidies (per MWH) and heinous mandates. Before we destroy more of our beautiful state with wind turbines, Congress should take heed of the disastrous results of Europe's folly with…Continue
Added by Brad Blake on March 2, 2014 at 10:00pm — No Comments
One of the most troublesome problems with the proliferation of industrial wind projects in Maine is their encroachment on the "treasures" of the state that we have purchased to protect for future generations. We have passed a number of bond issues totaling more than $200 million (principal & interest) for the Fund for Land for Maine's Future. We have leveraged with these funds millions of dollars more from other sources to preserve places like the Mahoosuc Range, Rumford…Continue