**** Here’s a sold little wrap-up on the great wind power fraud from Mary Kay Barton – it’s so clear and thumpingly sound for STT to add, would only detract. Hats off, Mary. Over …
Webmaster’s Note: This story is taking place in New York state. It is a scenario that is repeating itself all over the U.S. & worldwide. People everywhere have had enough of the misrepresentations & outright lies of the wind cartel. Wind does not, nor will it ever, hold up against genuine scrutiny of those who really want to know the truth!
FARMERSVILLE — There was a sea of green T-shirts on both sides at Thursday’s public hearing on the proposed new Farmersville Wind Turbine law.
Webmaster’s Note: So this is worth tearing communities apart, perpetrate en masse killings of birds & bats, drive people from their homes, plunge property rights & values into the toilet…!? To all you “sell out” politicians who abandoned their constituents in favor of wind lobbyist & developers…you chose badly! Read this story! Eventually this will become evident to all…even to you!
When it comes to actually delivering wind power, the real and the ideal are a gulf apart. In Australia, the average capacity factor (the ratio between actual output and nominal capacity) is …
Source Toledo Blade: Hundreds pack Seneca County anti-wind farm meeting in Tiffin
Letter: Get Involved with wind turbines
As residents of Eden Township, we oppose the two proposed wind turbine projects for Seneca County. We are not opposed to renewable energy but we are opposed to an INDUSTRIAL wind project being placed in the RESIDENTIAL area in which we live. Concerned citizens, like ourselves are not motivated by money or being paid by the fossil fuel industry, we are fighting to protect our homes from becoming ground zero in an INDUSTRIAL wind project. Continue reading The Advertiser Tribune – LTE
The Camden Falls Conference Center was standing room only on Tuesday night, as several hundred people gathered to say no to wind turbines. The Seneca Anti-Wind Union brought in State Representative Bill Reineke and Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kerschner to speak at their event. The group’s biggest concerns include dropping property values and rights, and environmental concerns like the killing of birds.
SANDUSKY — As Apex Wind Energy works to complete the Republic wind farm in Seneca and Sandusky counties, a group that opposes the project scheduled a new meeting.
Seneca Anti Wind Union will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Camden Falls Reception and Conference Center, 2460 Ohio 231 in Tiffin. Continue reading Wind farm opponents to meet in Tiffin
October 11, 2018 When wind power developers roll in their Trojan Horse to communities boasting of multiple benefits such as more jobs, prosperity and a cleaner environment, one thing they fail to m…
Source: A voice silenced: Mike McCann
As the Ohio candidates for governor wind up their debates, the picture of where they stand on energy policy is clear: “Cordray says Ohio has sacrificed a once-admirable clean-energy policy, giving other states and countries a head start in embracing renewable energy and its associated jobs. He pledges to strengthen renewable Continue reading
The wind industry was founded on myth, is built on lies and runs on a mix of subsidies and propaganda. And, it should never be forgotten that, the greatest economic and environmental fraud of all t…
First, an introduction by John Droz, jr concerning the following article as reported in the MIT Technology Review .
Yesterday a major study was released, that concluded that wind turbines cause more atmospheric warming than using coal does!
There have been other studies that have come to this conclusion (e.g. here), but maybe since this came from Harvard, more people will pay attention to it…
This is a good time to step back and look at the current Wind Energy Scorecard. Studies from independent experts (see prior Newsletters) have concluded the following:
1 – Global Warming: Wind energy results in more warming than Coal does. Continue reading Must Read! Wide-scale US wind power could cause significant warming
Swift Current is leasing 4,000 acres in Greenwich Township for 25 wind turbines.
Governors have the power to set the agenda on renewable energy or throw up roadblocks to its progress. It’s become an issue in several races this year.
Webmaster’s Note: Look people, I know the following story is about the UK.
But truth is truth and does not change with borders, cultures, time zones and whatever else you want to throw at it! Wherever renewables are touted and received as cutting edge, be all end all energy production, the results will always be the same. This post is full of “in you face” truth. Ignoring this will have the same impact as in the UK, the US is no exception!
The biggest lie of our time is that the wind can power an entire economy. Every country that’s ever tried has failed – abysmally. The UK is no exception. No one plans a kite flying exc…
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
SEP 27, 2018
The Big Wind industry will use studies and carefully massaged statistics to send a message to communities hosting “wind farms that there is no real loss of property value. Well, as wind leases continue to be signed throughout Seneca, Sandusky, Huron and Erie counties, let’s take a closer look before we get blown away.
Important to note that all the studies in this article were based on industrial wind turbines that were a maximum of 477 feet tall. Industrial wind turbines proposed for the Seneca, Sandusky, Huron Continue reading
Will poperty values be gone with the wind?
This letter is not about being for or against the wind industry, it’s about the TRUTH as we EXPERIENCED it. The TRUTH is we left our home, which we built in 1978 and where we raised our family, after eight 2.5 megawatt Industrial Wind Turbines (IWTs), just under 500 feet tall, were built in our neighborhood.
Shortly after the IWTs started turning, we began experiencing unusual health symptoms such ear pain, unsteadiness, head pressure, etc… A few months after these symptoms began, we went Continue reading The TRUTH of EXPERIENCE Living Near an Industrial Wind Farm
Some perspective on what part wind and solar play in the big picture of world energy (according to the analysts of the IEA) yet wind and solar are paid huge subsidies …. 🙁
Source: Rod Eaton from No Wind Turbines
COLUMBUS – The Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) will hold a hearing to allow the public to express their views about Paulding Wind Farm IV LLC’s propo
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
SEP 17, 2018
You have read here previously of how sPower refused to cancel my wind lease agreement even after learning their agents had used misrepresentation to get me to sign it. Now comes the story that a great many other people are having problems with them as well.
Through the second half of this year, a large number of the leases Continue reading Carpetbaggers and their turbines
GET THE FACTS about Industrial Wind Energy Turbines | Ohio| Allen County
We have, over the years, repeatedly blogged about how renewables will RAISE electricity prices, NOT lower them, as BigWind touts. Unfortunately, our words are clouded by the loud mouths of BigWind&…
Source: “Paying” a BigPrice for BigWind
Proposal calls for 85 turbines across 25,000 acres in Seneca County.
Bat and Bird Kills by Wind Turbines
Since the year 2000, industrial wind turbines have overtaken all other causes of mass mortality events for bats in North America and Europe – Multiple mortality events in bats: a global review
In the US, a conservative estimate of bat mortality indicates that at least 4 million bats have been killed by wind turbines since 2012. Bats are the primary natural defense in keeping mosquito populations in check. One bat can eat between 500 and 1,000 mosquitoes and other insect pests in just one hour, or about 6,000 per night – Bats, Artificial Roosts, and Mosquito Control
Most early work in tracking bird and bat deaths at industrial wind Continue reading Industrial wind turbines kill millions of bats & birds, worsening an environmental & epidemiological crisis
When the “wind” blows in the Firelands “it really blows.”This catchy phrase unfortunately seems to be the long-term forecast for the Firelands as “big wind” companies continue their attempts to have property owners in Erie, Huron, Sandusky and Seneca counties sign leases for 600-foot-plus Industrial Wind Turbines (IWTs), to be sited in the Firelands region…
News broke at the end of July that American Electric Power Co. (AEP) scuttled plans to develop an approximately $4.5 billion, 2 GW wind farm – called Wind Catcher – in the Oklahoma panhandle that would have served customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. The decision was reportedly based, at least in part, on […]