Massachusetts has a renewable energy goal of 2000 Megawatts of renewable energy by the year 2020.
The only way to achieve this goal is to place projects in Maine!
NIMBY--Next It May Be You
Massachusetts and Falmouth town officials hid a noise warning letter from Vestas wind turbine company that the town-owned wind turbines generate up to 110 decibels of noise. The courts have seen the letter and shut down the turbines -- Falmouth Wind I & II
The public has never seen this warning letter. The public has to be made aware our politicians are taking our health and property rights for an agenda gone horribly wrong.
The 110 decibel Vestas noise warning from 2010 :
There are many adversely affected .
Be it Heath (yes, infra sound is real ; DbC (not measured in most projects, known as infra-sound hurts people in numerous ways), Property value loss of abutters within miles of these projects, Scenic loss to recreational rural community economies,avian predator and other loss such as valued bats for eco balance, disrupted water shed and mountain destruction of huge areas... for a feckless non-dispatchable fickle power trickle.
A few good natural gas generators could replace the whole wind mess in Maine much more safely and in an enviro-friendly way, in a much smaller foot-print,In MASS! Mass , NY. Ct. etc. should satisfy their power gluttony green credit scamming in their own backyard, not Maines. Vt should reopen its nuke.
But Mass doesn't want wind turbines near them REGI at work.. Just look at Falmouth!
Such a waste and "greenwashing " scheme this is, for the "elite " shysters like Angus King, and Ma. power gluttony, and CO2 nonsense.
Send the Wind Crap to Amherst,Mass, and Enjoy the " Green Power "there!
The Berkshires are waiting for NextEra...
MA is not worried...a several years ago, MA was assured that there would be plenty of wind power from Maine. Therefore, MA never planned on all of their wind power goals to come from within MA. MA wind power projects were window dressing on their goals. The power lines will be added or expanded under the "Infrastructure" improvements in the new budget bill.
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