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    These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.

    posted:  April 27, 2024
    Flyers, Information, Law, Oklahoma, WisconsinPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Steinich Farms

    Ask Questions Before Signing a Contract

    GET INFORMED BEFORE SIGNING!  ASK QUESTIONS! Does signing an Option Contract lock me in with a developer for turbines, whether I want them or not? Is the original contract term 50 years? How long is the developer’s option to extend? Will my children and grandchildren be tied to the contract after I’m gone? How much of my land will the wind turbine developer have 100% access to for building roads, placing buried and above-ground transmission lines, and installing turbines? Will . . .

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    posted:  February 11, 2020
    Economics, Emissions, Newsletters, WisconsinPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  SOUL of Wisconsin

    SOUL of Wisconsin newsletter

    View at: campaign-archive.com Contents: Getting Serious about CO₂: Part II (click here for Part I) Citizen Intervenors Put Goals of Regional Utilities on Hot Seat Where Do Midwest States Currently Stand in Terms of CO₂ Reduction? What Measures Can Achieve 1.8% Per Year Reduction in Energy Use? How Does $4.26 per Month for Accelerated Energy Efficiency Compare to Spending $11.62 per Month for New Power Plants and Transmission Expansion? Set Your Own Household Standards. Inform Your Wisconsin Lawmakers About Your . . .

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    posted:  April 20, 2015
    Campaigns, Health, Protests, WisconsinPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Brown County Citizens for Responsible Wind Energy

    Shirley wind turbines “a human health hazard”

    Numerous residents living in, or in the environs of, Duke Energy’s Shirley Wind project in the Town of Glenmore, Wisconsin, are now displaying 4′ × 4′ yard signs stating what the Brown County Board of Health officially declared, namely, that the Shirley Wind turbines are “a human health hazard”. There are now 20 families displaying the signs, many of which are shown below. All photos by courtesy of Brown County Citizens for Responsible Wind Energy, from whom high-resolution copies are . . .

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    posted:  November 26, 2014
    Action alerts, Health, Noise, WisconsinPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Brown County Citizens for Responsible Wind Energy

    Shirley Wind Human Health Hazard Declaration — Request for Words of Support

    At the October 14, 2014, Brown County (Wisconsin, USA) Board of Health meeting a motion was made to declare the Shirley Wind turbines a Human Health Hazard. The motion was unanimously approved by the Board: “To declare the Industrial Wind Turbines at Shirley Wind Project in the Town of Glenmore, Brown County, Wisconsin, a Human Health Hazard for all people (residents, workers, visitors, and sensitive passersby) who are exposed to Infrasound/Low-Frequency Noise and other emissions potentially harmful to human health.” . . .

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    posted:  May 10, 2009
    Noise, Property values, Setbacks, Videos, WisconsinPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Better Plan, Wisconsin

    Wind Farm, Iron Ridge, Wisconsin

    In our rush to put up as many wind farms as possible as fast as possible, are we putting them too close to homes and sensitive wild life areas? What happens when the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin gets to pick the setbacks? The PSC has already allowed wind turbines that are forty stories tall to be sited 1,000 feet from non-participating residents homes. This video is one in a series intended to help our legislators understand why the PSC’s . . .

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    posted:  January 27, 2009
    Noise, Videos, WisconsinPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Better Plan, Wisconsin

    Wind Turbine Noise

    Residents inside this industrial wind farm in Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin were told that noise from the turbines wouldn’t be a problem with a setback of 1000 feet. The Meyer family who live near the town of Byron, in Fond du Lac County Wisconsin tell us differently.

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    posted:  July 19, 2008
    Health, Hearings, Noise, WisconsinPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan

    Testimony in Union, Wisc., on Noise and Health

    Download “Union, Wisc., Testimony on Noise and Health” (17.3 MB)

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