Alerts and Events: Advertisements
These postings are provided to help publicize 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.
Advertisements, Ireland, Publications •
Source: Irish Community Groups Fighting Wind FarmsIrish Community Groups Fighting Wind Farms
Advertisements, Aesthetics, Economics, Energy, Maine, Radio •
Source: Saving Maine
“Goodbye, Saddleback Mountain” “Poor Wind vs. Tax Breaks” “Power Exporter”
Advertisements, Australia, Health, Noise •
Source: Stockyard Hill Community Guardians
Origin Energy’s proposed changes to the blade length and height of the turbines at Stockyard Hill will cause irreparable harm to the health of our community. Origin claims the increase in turbine height is “improving project efficiencies”. This is clever corporate wording for ‘improving profits’ at our community’s expense and also makes the Stockyard Hill Project more attractive to on-sell to foreign investors. Here is what this means for residents: The proposed turbine height changes contravene condition three of the . . .
“I have had to permanently move out of my home because of this problem… Since I have moved to another location I have no longer had any health problems related to the noise from the wind turbines … All of the parties involved in creating this problem have been notified about it … and absolutely nothing has been done about it.” “We are left with a basic existence – loss of family – you know you are worth absolutely nothing” “We keep . . .
Advertisements, Aesthetics, Economics, Energy, Impacts, Maine, Publications •
Source: Friends of Maine’s Mountains and Citizens' Task Force on Wind Power
If you can’t see grid scale wind turbines from your home and don’t think they affect you, it may be time to reconsider. Maine is being permanently scarred and its “Quality of Place” jeopardized by industrial wind projects. Wind industry advertising and PR tells us that wind power is high benefit and low impact. But the very opposite is true. Calling them “wind farms,” wind developers promote a warm, soft image. But reality paints a different picture. The turbines being . . .
Advertisements, Campaigns, Economics, Emissions, Idaho, Publications •
Source: Energy Integrity Project
Billboard created by the Energy Integrity Project. They have taken five billboards for 6 months. (click to download PDF)
Advertisements, Puerto Rico •
Source: Coalición Pro Bosque Seco Ventanas Verraco