By Brett Boese The Post-Bulletin, Rochester MN Minnesota
Rule Part 7854.1300, Subpart 3. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission can revoke a site permit if it's determined that: • The applicant knowingly made a false statement in the application orin accompanying statements or studies required of the applicant, if a…Continue
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Dear Fellow Wind Warriors,
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The 1603 cash grants for renewable energy projects has been allowed to expire. Some projects that are far enough along will still go forward and collect them. The PTC is still in effect and some projects will still be built to collect that money if they can get started this year.
I do not want to see an end to renewable energy. I hate the label anti-wind. I oppose the thoughtless destruction of the environment and the destruction or devaluation to of our homes by carpet…Continue
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I would like to recomend the independent film "Windfall" Produced by Laura Isreal
I believe what is highlighted in the film is the covert way that wind developers operate. Targetting elected officials with large tracts of land,ignoring the majority of people who will have to live in the shadows of turbines owned by utility companies and billionaire investors.
Added by Rick Conrad on November 14, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Just days before the final PUC siting hearing Goodhue Wind AWA posted environmental studies that they conducted. These studies find that American Bald Eagles and Loggerhead Shrikes exist throughout the project area. Their conclusions that their project will not adversely affect these protected avian species are questionable. Their speculation that since Loggerhead Shrikes fly low…Continue