This Tuesday, March 5th at 9:00 a.m. the Ohio Supreme Court will hear oral arguments
In the Matter of the Application of 6011 Greenwich Windpark, LLC, Regarding its Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need Issued in Case No. 13-990-EL-BGN. The Supreme Court uses streaming video to broadcast oral arguments and it can be accessed from the court’s home page. If you wish to watch later, go to the Continue reading Greenwich Gets Their Day in Court→
People are upset with plans by Apex Clean Energy to build what’s being called the Emerson Creek Wind Project in parts of Huron and Erie counties. It calls for the construction of roughly 71 wind turbines.
An all-day courtroom hearing ended with a national Utah-based wind developer and 30 area leaseholders still unsure if the company will be allowed on their land to keep its proposed Seneca Wind project moving forward.
Note from SAWU: “So how many wind turbines would it take to replace Davis-Besse’s net capacity of 813MW? If we use General Electric 2.8-127 turbines, which is the turbine model that Seneca Wind plans to use, we would need 936 turbines. This is the equivalent of 4.4 times the number of turbines being proposed for the Republic Wind, Seneca Wind and Emerson Creek project combined! This number of turbines would spread over 600,000 acres, which is 1.7 times the size of Seneca County. Northwest Ohio Continue reading ***Letter to the Editor ALERT*** Wind power just doesn’t add up→