Resource Documents by Dodds, Pamela
Dodds, Pamela; and Dodds, Arthur
Preparation of EIS for Beech Ridge Wind Energy Project
Subject: Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement for Issuance of an Incidental Take Permit and Associated Habitat Conservation Plan for the Beech Ridge Wind Energy Project, Greenbrier and Nicholas Counties, WV Dear Ms. Hill [Laura Hill, Assistant Field Supervisor, West Virginia Field Office, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service]: The list below is incorporated as part of this document and provides critical information for issues to be considered as part of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the subject project. The . . . Complete article »
Direct and rebuttal testimony of Pamela Dodds
‘As a member of the Laurel Mountain Preservation Association (“LMPA”), I elected to assess certain portions of AES Laurel Mountain, LLC’s (“AES”) Application and provide my professional analysis as to the quality and depth of the data pertaining to the surface water and groundwater impacts provided in the Application. In addition, I utilized the data I gathered in a visit to the site of the proposed facility to formulate my own assessment of what the likely impacts to surface water . . . Complete article »
Re: Impact on water resources of Laurel Mountain wind project
To: Director, Division of Water and Waste Management, DEP; Attention: Carrie Taylor, Permitting Section “I respectfully request that you deny an NPDES permit for Application Number WVR104137 and that a public hearing be held concerning Application Number WVR104137. Construction activities for the proposed project along approximately 9 miles of ridgetop on Laurel Mountain will have negative impacts on the quality and quantity of water resources.” Download original document: “Impact on water resources of Laurel Mountain wind project” Complete article »
Dodds, Pamela; and Dodds, Arther
Huge Windmill "Plants" Fail as "Green Energy" and Fail to Provide Any Significant Amount of Electricity
A very good overview of the low benefits and high adverse impacts of industrial wind energy, courtesy of the Laurel Mountain Preservation Association. Introduction: Huge windmill “plants” cannot supply “green” electricity Huge windmills will not cause any coal-fired plant to go out of service and therefore will not reduce greenhouse gases It is a fallacy to contend that electricity produced by huge windmills can be considered for “renewable energy credits” Substantial energy is lost using the current methods of electricity . . . Complete article »
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