The wind industry is quietly working to try and shorten industrial wind turbine setbacks in the State of Ohio!!!
COLUMBUS, OHIO – Yesterday, April 11th 2019 The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) had Dayna Baird Payne, president of Government Edge (see photos), provide testimony on behalf of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). The testimony (multiple links below) was provided to the House Finance Agriculture, Development and Natural Resources Continue reading SAWU ***ACTION ALERT***→
NEW STUDY: POVERTY AND LOWER INCOMES DIRECTLY LINKED TO RENEWABLES
An empirical analysis using 2005-2015 data from 15 EU countries indicates that as more renewable energies (i.e., solar PV) are deployed, energy costs increase, household poverty risks rise, and incomes decline.
Webmaster’s note:As “renewables” continue to lose their fashionable status and are no longer the latest politically correcttrend, expect to see more of this…😀
In 2014, Amazon announced that it would power its rapidly expanding fleet of data centers with 100 percent renewable energy. Apple, Facebook, and Google made similar pledges two years before that, and pressure from consumers and environmental groups drove Amazon to follow suit. For the next two years, the tech giant made admirable strides toward achieving its goal, bankrolling large solar plants and wind farms. Then, it stopped.
It gives me great excitement to have to postpone our door to door yard sign canvassing event, that we were planning to hold on April 13th due to Seneca Wind suspending their OPSB case schedule. However, please stay tuned as we are in the process of planning another event that we will need some volunteers help with. http://dis.puc.state.oh.us/TiffToPDf/A1001001A19D05B55337F06067.pdf
As a way to protect nonparticipating landowners from potential noise and property-value issues resulting from wind turbines being built near their properties, the Ford County Board is considering adopting more
The Ohio Power Siting Board has scheduled a transcribed workshop for Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., 11th Floor, at the offices of the Commission, 180 East Broad Street, Hearing Room 11-B, Columbus, Ohio.
WOW!! Let’s recap – sPower/Seneca Wind has leaseholders choosing to NOT renew their wind turbine leases. They have taken these same leaseholders to court to try and sue them in hopes that a judge would grant them access to land that they have ZERO right to only to be DENIED TWICE by the Judge. Don’t forget that this same outfit lied to landowners to get them to sign “Good Neighbor Agreements”.