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Wind Watch: Industrial Wind Energy News

These news and opinion items are gathered by National Wind Watch to help keep readers informed about developments related to industrial wind energy. They are the products of the organizations or individuals noted and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch.


July 28, 2017 • MissouriPrint storyE-mail story

Large crowd attends wind turbine hearing at courthouse

A large number of people were present at the Kingston Courthouse on Thursday evening to voice their opinions on the subject of wind turbines in Caldwell County. Caldwell County currently has a moratorium on any applications on wind turbines until the first part of December. Two people at the hearing spoke in favor of the wind turbines. Quoting from the 2014 Wind Technology Report prepared for the US Dept. of Energy, David Jensen who lives west of Kingston, reasoned that . . .

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July 28, 2017 • OklahomaPrint storyE-mail story

Assessment upheld in wind farm hearing

On Wednesday a wind energy company with a wind farm located in Dewey County filed an official protest to challenge the county’s assessed value of their property. A hearing including the Dewey County Excise Board, County Clerk, County Assessor, and District No. 1 County Commissioner Dillon Berry took arguments from Taloga Wind attorneys regarding their assertion that their property value was assessed too highly. Taloga Wind is owned by parent company NRG Energy who also owns Buffalo Bear, LLC, a . . .

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July 28, 2017 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Council defers vote on Amherst Island wind farm plan

Duncan Ashley, the Councillor for Amherst Island, says in his 23 years of municipal politics, he has never seen the community torn apart like the way the discussion surround Amherst Island’s new wind farm does. Thursday night, residents crowded the council chambers and were unexpectedly given the chance to speak about Windlectric’s plan to carry out construction on the island. Ashley says it’s his job, along with the other councillors, to ensure everyone in the community has a voice. “At . . .

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July 28, 2017 • EnglandPrint storyE-mail story

Wind farm appeal rejected

Good Energy has lost its appeal to secure planning permission for a £30 million wind farm in north Cornwall. Plans were refused by Cornwall Council for an 11-wind turbine scheme on farmland at Week St Mary near Bude in 2014, and following an inquiry, the Secretary of State for the Department for Communities and Local Government, Sajid Javid, has upheld the original decision. Had the Big Field wind farm scheme gone ahead, it would have produced renewable energy to power . . .

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July 28, 2017 • IndiaPrint storyE-mail story

Wind projects in peril as Indian states rethink purchases

Two Indian states at the forefront of adding renewables to their power mix are backtracking on agreements for at least one gigawatt of wind projects and are seeking lower prices, potentially dealing a blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s green energy goals. The southern states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, which account for a quarter of the country’s installed wind capacity, are renegotiating or scrapping purchase agreements with developers and want power at prices lower than what had been stipulated . . .

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July 28, 2017 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Unifor must submit partial turbine noise test results

PORT ELGIN – No word if Unifor met a July 21 deadline to turn over partial test data from the monitoring of operations of its Port Elgin wind turbine to the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) as requested. In a July 14 letter, made public by Saugeen Shores CAO David Smith at the July 24 town council meeting, MOECC District Manager Rick Chappell asked Unifor for all of the data collected to date. Unifor missed a June 30 . . .

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July 28, 2017 • North CarolinaPrint storyE-mail story

North Carolina bill spurring new solar halts wind for 18 months

North Carolina passed a clean-energy bill Thursday that could spur a wave of new solar projects in the country’s second-biggest solar state – but at the expense of wind. House Bill 589, which Governor Roy Cooper signed Thursday, places a moratorium on new wind development through December 2018. The law creates a competitive bidding process that will bring more than 2.6 gigawatts of new solar over 3 1/2 years, Duke Energy Corp., owner of the state’s biggest utility, said. The legislation . . .

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July 28, 2017 • MassachusettsPrint storyE-mail story

Berkshire’s key role in renewable wnergy

Berkshire County could play a key economic role in renewable energy efforts in Massachusetts. A recent report from the Northeast Clean Energy Council says increasing the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standard would diversify the region’s energy sources, lower wholesale electricity prices, create new jobs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. “It creates a real market for clean energy resources as a result,” Dickerson says. Jamie Dickerson, a policy analyst with the advocacy group, says the RPS is a way for the clean . . .

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July 28, 2017 • MassachusettsPrint storyE-mail story

5 major transmission, hydro and wind partners bid into Massachusetts Clean Energy RFP

BOSTON – The race is on between major clean energy developers hoping to score long-term, wholesale power contracts with Massachusetts electric utilities. By Thursday’s noon deadline, thick packets were delivered to the state’s Department of Energy Resources by at least five partnerships proposing massive, utility-scale renewable energy projects to serve customers in the Bay State. The Massachusetts Clean Energy RFP, or request for proposals, was drafted last year in response to Gov. Charlie Baker’s 2016 energy bill. The bill requires that . . .

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July 28, 2017 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Wind, solar energy tied in to rebuild of power transmission infrastructure

MASSENA – Wind and solar energy will play a key role when 78 miles of power transmission infrastructure are rebuilt in the north country. The newly rebuilt transmission line, called the Moses-Adirondack Smart Path Reliability project, will strengthen the reliability of the state’s electric power grid and help move power that’s produced upstate – including the increasing amounts of wind and solar energy – to areas where it’s needed downstate. “The project will allow for future expandability of the line in anticipation of . . .

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