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    posted:  October 23, 2010
    Aesthetics, Energy, Maryland, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Videos, Virginia, West Virginia, WildlifePrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Allegheny Highlands Alliance

    Listen to Your Mother!

    The Case for Wind Turbine Decommissioning, Dismantling, and Removal Requirements . . . Allegheny Highlands Alliance Protecting Our Mountains for Future Generations

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    posted:  August 3, 2008
    Environment, Letters, VirginiaPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Virginia Wind

    Miles of mountain ridges

    The first sentence in the Washington Post article, Wind is Given a 2nd Look as Energy Needs Grow (Aug. 3, 2008), gets right to the point: the energy industry has targeted western Virginia’s forested mountains for industrial wind energy development. “Wind is catching fire,” said L. Preston Bryant Jr. Virginia’s secretary of natural resources. “It is literally all the rage.” Although the Washington Post article highlights the “conflict within the environmental community” concerning this development push, it fails to provide . . .

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    posted:  July 16, 2007
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    Source:  Virginia Wind

    Wind Project Developer Seeks to Avoid Wildlife Protection Measures

    Virginia Wind – — – News Release – — – July 17, 2007 The Virginia State Corporation Commission is hearing testimony on the proposed Highland New Wind project on Tuesday, July 17, at its Richmond office building. If the Highland County project goes forward, it will be Virginia’s first utility-scale wind project. Highland New Wind is testifying that it cannot afford the wildlife protections recommended by wildlife agencies, conservation groups, and citizen respondents in the case. Despite the prospects of government incentives, which would . . .

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