The Seneca Anti-Wind union has opened an OFFICE that will be staffed by volunteers to provide the TRUTH about the proposed industrial wind projects in their area! Citizens are uniting, educating an…
May 19, 2017
This story illustrates the incredible lies being fed to the American people in the name of corporate profits………………..
Look at this article. Wind turbines are suggested as possible solution to the astounding amount of Energy consumed by Americans. This is impossible and will never happen, but they Continue reading GE is building America’s first offshore wind farm with turbines twice as tall as the Statue of Liberty
Letters of opposition to House Bill 223 are urgently requested. No form letters, but personal opposition remarks against altering the minimum setbacks for wind turbines. Continue reading Ohio HB 223–please email your opposition comments soon!
It’s bad enough that 2018 net capacity additions did not exceed 2017’s after two decades of strong growth. It is far more troubling that nobody saw it coming, says the IEA, who have laid out the data and main cause: stop-go policies. 2018’s 180 GW is only 60% of what needs to be added each …
The relationship between rocketing power prices and intermittent wind and solar is pretty obvious. Just ask a South Australian, German or Dane. The USA is a relative Johnny come lately to the RE ob…
Current law allows wind developers to build as close to neighbors as they wish after negotiating an agreement to do so. Pprojects under development in Ohio are proceeding successfully under such agreements, which are anything but “unreasonable.” Developers do not need shorter setbacks, writes Chris Aichholz of Bloomville in Seneca County in a letter to the editor.
On April 24, Seneca County Commissioner Holly Stacy submitted written testimony to the House Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy Generation stating, “I … ask you to consider no new energy bill without the restoration of reasonable wind-siting regulations so that developers are no longer hindered by the current, unreasonable setbacks.”
The federal production tax credit for wind energy producers has cost the U.S. government billions of dollars in revenues while benefiting just a few large corporations, says a new study by the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
Look close as you drive on 224 past the cell tower near Camden Falls south of Tiffin. After spending an hour or more putting these up we can tell you for sure there are a LOT of cars driving past! And our biggest banner sign (4 feet x 8 feet) stands sentinel on the hill behind really grabbing attention! Drive carefully as you go past and think about how our message is getting out hundreds of times per hour in just this one spot. 🙂 – Chris Aichholz
April 24, Seneca County Commissioner Holly Stacy submitted written testimony to the House Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy Generation regarding her support of HB 6 which, among other things, would provide funds to help keep the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant operational…
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By Mary Kay Barton: Big wind and solar are neither Green, nor efficient.
Wind farm would consist of up to 47 wind turbines in Seneca and Sandusky counties, with a total generating capacity of up to 200
Wind power currently provides the United States with four times the amount of energy provided by solar technologies. But that doesn’t mean energy from the wind can replace fossil fuels, despite the claims of many environmentalists and advocates of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s misguided Green New Deal (GND).
Wind power is hampered by many limitations, including:
LEF does not support the Icebreaker Wind Turbine project, which would eventually lead to the construction of 1,500 wind turbines eight miles off the coast of Cleveland…
Solar panels and wind turbines are making electricity significantly more expensive, a major new study by a team of economists from the University of Chicago finds.
Email correction……Rep Kent Smith (D-Euclid) Email: email@example.com
Ohio House Bill HB 223 aims to reduce the setback distance for the siting of industrial wind turbines.
Main section from within the Bill (entire bill attached)
“The rules also shall prescribe a minimum setback for a wind turbine of an economically significant wind farm. That minimum shall be equal to a horizontal distance, from the
turbine’s base to the property line of the wind farm property, equal to one and one-tenth times the total height of the turbine structure as measured from its base to the tip of its highest blade and be at least one thousand one hundred twenty-five feet in horizontal distance from the tip of the turbine’s nearest blade at ninety degrees Continue reading EMAIL CORRECTION….SAWU***Action ALERT*** Bill to Reduce Setbacks for Wind Turbines Introduced in Ohio House
I have loved living in Seneca County for over 40 years. Have no idea what the future holds for me. I am almost 75… More concerned with the future of our grandchildren… These are thoughts on my mind…
Ask your senator to support the Nuclear Energy Leadership Act.
Batteries are too expensive to back up intermittent wind and solar.
Cindy Brack to Northeast KS Wind Farm Discussion
April 24 at 9:50 AM ·
As someone who is eco-conscious, why are you against renewable energy and wind energy in particular?
I am definitely not against renewable energy and I do think it’s important that as a country we make investments to develop technologies such as wind energy. However, because of the amount of tax breaks and subsidies the wind industry is getting, they are not focused on developing the technology so much as they are trying to get as many of these giant wind turbines erected as fast and at as Continue reading they are not focused on developing the technology so much as they are trying to get subsidies