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Anon.; National Wind Watch
Evidence of the Adverse Health Impacts of Industrial Wind Turbines
There is a growing body of evidence that adverse health impacts are real and that they are occurring at greater distances from turbines than previously recorded. Following is an outline of some of the science and references: Ms Krogh’s summary of peer reviewed articles with their abstracts and citations regarding adverse health effects and industrial wind turbines, March 2012. Ms Krogh is a former adviser to Health Canada, and a senior Pharmacist, and edited the compendium used by doctors and . . . Complete article »

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Far Old Park wind energy production, Askam-in-Furness, Cumbria
The seven 660-KW wind turbines in Askam-in-Furness have a combined capacity of 4.62 megawatts. Their owner, Eon Netz of Germany, claims that they produce enough power for 2,500 homes. The production figures show that since April 2004, the average monthly output has been 654.4 MWh, or an average rate of production of 896.2 kilowatts, 19.4% of their capacity. For the 2,500 homes Eon claims, that’s 358 watts each. Since 2007, production has been consistently lower: 14.3% of capacity since April . . . Complete article »

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Letter to Chatham-Kent re mtg June 15th
To: Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Community Development and Planning Services c/o Elinor Mifflin (elinorm@chatham-kent.ca) RE: Notice of public meeting to consider proposed zoning by Invenergy Wind Canada ULC to the Raleigh Wind Energy Centre – meeting date June 15, 2009 To Whom It May Concern: Please be advised that we plan to attend the meeting on the 15th and would like to speak at the meeting. We have great concerns we would like to express regarding the erection of further wind . . . Complete article »

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Wind energy farm erosion, McLean County, Ill. (photos)
Twin Groves Wind Farm, located mostly in McLean County east of Bloomington, Ill., currently has 240 1.65-MW Vestas turbines. The second phase of 120 was completed early 2008. At least 240 more are planned by Horizon in this area to [create] one of the largest future wind farms in the US. According to Wikipedia: “McLean County boasts some of the richest soil in the world. Only patches of farmland in Argentina, southern Ukraine and along the Yellow River in China . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 11
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview (part 2) with Ralph and Kevin Mittelstadt, dairy farmers, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] Q: You were offered to sign a contract but you chose not to. How did that impact you and the community. Did it make any of your neighbors . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 10
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview (part 1) with Ralph and Kevin Mittelstadt, dairy farmers, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] Q: You both farm– a family farm. Dairy farm? Kevin: Dairy and cash crop. Q: And you also fly [airplanes]? Both: Yes. Q: What can you tell us . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 9
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Scott Srnka, dairy farmer, Lincoln Township, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] Scott Srnka speaking about stray voltage trouble on his farm: [Video image: an ohm reader with flickering numbers] This is a five hundred ohms resistor here, this wire is hooked to my stall, this . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 8
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Arlin Montfils, Supervisor, Lincoln Township, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] Arlin Montfils: We knew nothing, really, about them. The company said, well– they imposed an 800 foot set-back from the nearest resident. Q: Not from their property line, but from their home. The nearest resident. . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 7
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Dan and Julie Jullickson, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] Q: So what can you tell us about the wind turbines in this area here? What’s your experience with them? Have you had any adverse effects. Dan: The only thing is the . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 6
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Sandy Vercauteren, Registered Nurse, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] I don’t call it a common sound. It’s something you’re very aware of an it shouldn’t be there and what distresses me about it is you can’t get away from it. I’ve . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 5
Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 5 By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Gerry Meyer, Byron, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). Click here for the Meyer family’s daily log of the wind turbine noise and its effects. [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] GERRY: Well I’ve been keeping a daily log . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 4
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Jim and Cheryl Congdon, Horicon Marsh Advocates, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] Q: Would you say that the people who were making decisions on allowing this development to take place did they listen to the concerns of the local people are . . . Complete article »

Anon.
Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 3
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Don Sampson, who leases his land for a wind turbine, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] “This thing came up here– you know, they do a lot of tramping around and do tests. And they apparently found this to be a good . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 2
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Larry Wunsch, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. See transcript below (again, thanks to Better Plan). [ Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) ] Q. What can you tell us about your experience of what’s happened here? This project started about four years ago when they first came into the area here. A lot neighbors in the area . . . Complete article »

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Life with Industrial Wind Turbines in Wisconsin: Part 1
By courtesy of Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan Interview with Curt Kindschuh, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. Click here to view or download the entire “Wisconsin Wind” video (1 hr 49 min) [video of this episode no longer available] Complete article »

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Wind Energy Easement Agreement — Annotated
This wind energy lease contract from British Petroleum (BP) has comments included to call attention to its many pitfalls for the landowner. Download original document: “Wind Energy Easement Agreement – Annotated” Complete article »

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Bird and Bat Mortality Associated with the Top of Iowa Wind Farm
This study was done from August 2002 to August 2005. “We found 30 bats in 2003 and 45 bats in 2004. We adjusted for search probability, search efficiency and scavenging rate and estimated total bat mortality at 587.78 ± 28.95 (95% CI) in 2003 and 785.87 ± 40.00 (95% CI) in 2004. … “Bat mortality was substantial.” Download original document: “Bird and Bat Mortality Associated with the Top of Iowa Wind Farm” Complete article »

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Local Reaction to the Eco-Northwest “Economic” Study of Wind Farms
Critique from the Kittitas Valley, Washington. Download original document: “Local Reaction to the Eco-Northwest “Economic” Study of Wind Farms” Complete article »

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