Indications are that Big Wind will not stop until it gets a PTC extension! While it’s not clear Congress when Congress will take up another spending bill, AWEA is now circulating the attached lette…
To the Editor: Recently, film producer Michael Moore released the truth about “green energy”. As we all know, Michael Moore is very sympathetic to left wing causes. While that debate ha…
Source: Anti-green energy film touted
Wind turbine makers are finding it increasingly difficult to get parts they need to build their machines, snarling progress on a global shift toward renewables at precisely the time scientists say it needs to speed up.Manufacturers including Vestas Wind Systems and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy are wrestling with their own factory shutdowns and disruptions…
Neighbors of a wind farm say the low-frequency rumble is worse than they expected.
Power consumption is a here and now kind of thing, so talk about wind power powering 100,000 homes is utter nonsense. To expose the lie, the inquisitive need only ask when, precisely? When will tho…
The COVID-19 outbreak has provided one last opportunity for fossil fuel stakeholders to beat back the renewable energy revolution. One especially interesting example is the notorious Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline. The once-dormant project suddenly sprang into action last week, while protesters have been sidelined by the virus. That may be so, but the window for fossil fuels is already narrowing and it’s about to slam shut. Key US states are already taking action to accelerate their renewable energy plans, virus or no virus
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Renewable energy is getting so cheap that it doesn’t need subsidies anymore. Yes, well. Renewables live or die by subsidies, in fact. That was proved yet again
Source: Seneca Anti Wind Union
Kansas has more industrial wind turbines than any other state. Since 2002, the wind energy component went from 2% to 36% of the net generating capacity for the state. I am using Kansas as the example to since it is the most extreme case in the United States so far, with regard to increasing wind energy capacity, and increasing retail electricity costs.
Just to be clear, generating capacity does not equal actual electrical generation when it comes to wind…
The latest version of the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill moving through the U.S. Senate would provide some economic relief to the nation’s households and businesses, but the renewable energy industry is disappointed the bill does not extend investment tax credits and other incentives to keep wind, solar, and other projects moving forward.
President Trump provides insight to the coronavirus stimulus package saying he canceled the deal because of what Nancy Pelosi attempted to put in the package
It’s getting hit hard by the economic slowdown.
Seneca County has 19 active bald eagle nests, according to information collected by federally licensed bird bander Jim Coffman, of Tiffin. “I’ve actually
Source: The Advertiser Tribune
It seemed that nothing could slow the global renewable-energy juggernaut. Nothing, that is, until COVID-19.
Too often the local residents have to catch flaws that the wind developer has in their plans via the OPSB’s public comment process only to not hear anything in response. There has to be some sort of mechanism in place that places an emphasis on public inputs and concerns.
Kevin is extremely knowledgeable about these projects and the OPSB’s process which is why we were glad he was at today’s meeting.